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    Ballpark Parts and Labor to Replace my Raypak 2100

    I am running in to problems with my gas heater and I am wondering if anyone who does this for a living could ballpark a figure on parts/labor for replacing my Raypak 2100. I am a layman. I assume there is a current model that could replace my aging one. I have a 33000 gallon pool with SWG. I live in North Texas.

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    Re: Ballpark Parts and Labor to Replace my Raypak 2100

    I could tell you a price of $750 + heater. What good that will do you...I don't know. I live in NY. Your best option is to get a couple of quotes from local suppliers and see what they come in at.
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    Re: Ballpark Parts and Labor to Replace my Raypak 2100

    Yeah I was just wanting to get a ballpark by anyone that might have had it done or someone who regularly installs.

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    Re: Ballpark Parts and Labor to Replace my Raypak 2100

    That is an actual cost for one customer this summer. I do about 5 install/summer. Most other ones cost much more as there is more work to do on them
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    Re: Ballpark Parts and Labor to Replace my Raypak 2100

    I replaced mine 2 years ago with a new 2100 400K btu with cupro nickel heat exchanger bought on the internet for $2100. I installed it myself. Everything lined up except they moved the power inlet higher up so I had to add some electrical conduit. I went through replacing boards on the old one at $500 each. I wish I would have just bought a new one at that time.
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    Re: Ballpark Parts and Labor to Replace my Raypak 2100

    Quote Originally Posted by wjr75 View Post
    I replaced mine 2 years ago with a new 2100 400K btu with cupro nickel heat exchanger bought on the internet for $2100. I installed it myself. Everything lined up except they moved the power inlet higher up so I had to add some electrical conduit. I went through replacing boards on the old one at $500 each. I wish I would have just bought a new one at that time.
    Nevermind... a quick search revealed they still make this model

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    Re: Ballpark Parts and Labor to Replace my Raypak 2100

    It is actually a 406k btu but bought it from primepoolmarket.com. It looks like the price is up to $2250 for my heater now but at the time they had the best price I could find. It was shipped on a skid dropped off on my driveway. Had no issues with it but some say that the warranty won't get covered if not installed by a pro. I had quotes with installation for the same heater at around $3500. Also there are no taxes because of the internet sale not in my state.
    Inground 22k gallon gunite 15x31 main pool, 15x7 wading pool/sunning deck, hot tub/with overflow (9' octagon with limestone top) & slide NSWG, Aqua Blue Pebble Sheen
    Filter dual cartridge Sta-rite 450sq/ft, TF-100 Test Kit
    Heater Raypak 2100 400k btu cupro-nickel exchanger
    Auto pool cover, Polaris 280 auto pool cleaner, Jandy AqualinkRS8 Remote Control System

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    Re: Ballpark Parts and Labor to Replace my Raypak 2100

    Quote Originally Posted by wjr75 View Post
    It is actually a 406k btu but bought it from primepoolmarket.com. It looks like the price is up to $2250 for my heater now but at the time they had the best price I could find. It was shipped on a skid dropped off on my driveway. Had no issues with it but some say that the warranty won't get covered if not installed by a pro. I had quotes with installation for the same heater at around $3500. Also there are no taxes because of the internet sale not in my state.
    Yeah that is a bit above my skill level I believe

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