I was getting a CE code on my hayward heater which I looked up and saw that it would either be the ignition or display board. I first replaced the display board; still getting CE code. Replaced ignition board and the CE code went off.
Now I am getting an IF code on the heater.
I will say that the high today was 20 degrees and the wind is blowing like crazy; I just replaced the ignition board today. Does the temperature affect the heater at all? Could this be causing the IF code?
Is there a specific connection that I might not have gotten tight enough on the ignition board that could be causing this?
I have spent about $200 on both boards; the pool repair company was asking $450 for just the display board. The installation didn't seem complicated.
Can anyone tell me what I might be missing?