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Thread: Rheem M5350 Ti-E Heat Pump

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    Jan 2016
    naples, fl

    Rheem M5350 Ti-E Heat Pump

    hoping for some advice out there. I have the captioned unit on a home I just bought. As would be the case [], the heater is now acting up and it is also long out of warranty. There is a digital display that does not consistently respond to my 'commands'. is it fair to say that the 'control module' is gone and I need to replace it? I am fairly handy and it appears that I could remove the top grate of the unit to access the control module and swap it out? might I be lucky and a new control module [around $450] not be the problem?? thanks folks!

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    Aug 2014
    Riverside, CA

    Re: Rheem M5350 Ti-E Heat Pump

    Sorry you haven't received a response. Unfortunately, I have little knowledge of heat pumps but due to an idea recent placed in my head, I am researching all that I can.

    If you still don't receive a response, perhaps send a PM to ps0303 or Pool Clown here on the forum. They seem to be the resident experts on most heaters, especially the Raypak/Rheems.
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