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Thread: Pool Heater - What is the typical water temp increase?

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    Pool Heater - What is the typical water temp increase?

    Heater is an older Raypak RP2100.

    Water Temp in 77F
    Water Temp out 86F

    Does this seem right? Thanks.
    AGP partially buried, with surrounding deck and flower bed. 12 x 24 oval x 48" deep Celebration by Forum. Steel sides, vinyl liner. Hayward 2 HP sand pump. Flower fountain - works well to cool water up to 10 degrees.

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    Re: Pool Heater - What is the typical water temp increase?

    9 - 12 degrees difference on a gas heater is normal. Lower than that means too much flow going through the heater. Higher than that usually means low flow. There are issues with too high and too low flow conditions, which should be explained in your owners manual.
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