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    hayward heater vent

    I am regretting buying this heater 2 years ago but stuck with it..Won't get into why I had to spend $100 on a new control board after a year..Problem is the vent is under a house eve, maybe 6 ft up, but the exhaust smell gets trapped and stinks..I refuse to pay $180 for a piece of sheet metal so wondering if anybody has made a vent..It's outside so if it isn't 100% sealed no big deal, just want to redirect the exhaust away and behind the house.

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    Re: hayward heater vent

    Best and easiest thing to do, pull the unit out from under the eve. Extend everything. Far less than $180.

    Control boards on these units are a huge issue.
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    Re: hayward heater vent

    The way my pool pad is setup I can't really move it..I did order a small fan I am going to mount and have it blow the fumes away from the sitting area. Yea I wish I had done more research on this heater first, I bought it off amazon and saved a lot of money but having to spend $100 is crazy after a year..I did make a tarp that covers the control pad and might help keep the water off it.

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