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Thread: Raypak Heaters

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    Phnert's Avatar
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    May 2011
    Richmond Hill

    Raypak Heaters

    Going to replace my pool heater. Was about to start my 6th season with a Pentair Minimax 100 heater. Over the last 3 seasons, I have had to get a service call for one reason or another to get this thing working.
    When I tried to light the pilot again this season, and it failed to start, I decided to get rid of this very inefficient heater and replace it.

    The pool company I deal with recommends a Raypak P130 EM's around $1000,00 bucks.
    Anyone have experience with this brand of heater (for AG pool)
    1) 13,210 US gallons
    2) Hayward sand filter
    3) AG
    4) Pentair Minimax 100 heater

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    Exeter, PA

    Re: Raypak Heaters

    Raypak and rheem are very good brands. Just make sure its an electronic ignition on the model they gave you (not millivolt)
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