We bought a new Raypak heater this year and have had nothing but trouble with the rollout switch blowing. The pool guy installed it then we hired a plumber to put in the gas line. So first he put a gas line from the heater to the house connecting it to the main gas line ($600). Switch blows and we are told that we are not getting enough gas so we need to run a separate line from where the gas comes in and connect it to the first line ($800). Switch blows again and we are now told that because we built a shed around the heater the heater is getting too hot and we need to run a stove pipe type thing from the heater out the top of the shed to vent it ($250). Switch blows again (mind you each switch also costs $25) and we are now told that the first line wasn't big enough so we need to dig up and put in a bigger one in ($200). This is assured to solve our problem. Guess what? Switch blew again. So still without heater, water still too cold to swim and it is 4th of July weekend and we have company coming. Now they want to hot wire it so that the heater will run and therefore bypass the switch. I don't think we should be bypassing anything since we paid $1200 for the heater it should work the way it is supposed to. Seems to me that there is something wrong with the heater? I have tried to do some research and it seems that this issue is caused by too much wind? Please help me if you can. I am so frustrated and OUT OF MONEY!