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    Replacement heater selection

    Hi folks,

    I have a Hayward 250H, millivolt propane heater which has just been given its last rites.

    My gas supply guy says I should replace it with the same type, but with the electronic ignition.

    My own research on the internet suggests that a Hayward Universal H would be a better bet - although a bit more expensive initially, it would be much more efficient that the 250H. When I mentioned this to my gas guy, he said, very emphatically that this would not be a wise move, and that I should stick with the 250 H.

    Any thoughts out there as to pros and cons of the 250H against the Universal H

    Flowal

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    Re: Replacement heater selection

    Hello Flowal and welcome to TFP! I see you haven't received a reply yet on your post about a replacement heater selection. I just wanted to let you know we haven't forgotten about you. This reply should get your posting updated back to the top of the queue where hopefully someone experienced with your specific question can provide some constructive answers. Thanks for checking-in with TFP, and have a great day.
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