Not cool for the labor day weekend. I noticed bubbles coming up from my pool return and a leak on the right front side of my Hayward H300FD heater (Only 3 years old)
I opened the front and the top. Pics are below but I don't dare go any further. I am in Utah so pool service is almost non existent and if so, several days out. If I turn my pump on, the heater leaks like crazy. I don't see anyway to bypass this. Thoughts or suggestions? The heater exchange looks rusty/corroded but I am a pool noob so I am not sure.
I only use a solar cover so I don't even want to use/maintain/keep this heater! (Came with the house)