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    Replacing pool heater...looking for recommendations

    I currently have a Rheem natural gas heater which is about 6 years old. Had quite a few problems last year and it looks like theyíre continuing, so Iíve decided to bite the bullet and replace it. Iím going back with natural gas, but would love any suggestions on brand.

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    Re: Replacing pool heater...looking for recommendations

    Raypak seems to be popular here. It's also what my pool guy recommends as well as what the guy who installed my new Raypak last summer recommends (replacing a decades-old Laars).
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    Re: Replacing pool heater...looking for recommendations

    Get another Raypak/Rheem.

    What kind of issues are you having?
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    Re: Replacing pool heater...looking for recommendations

    It’s been several things. Not igniting. Not staying lit until desired temperature is reached. Currently it’s both of those things ... hit or miss. I may try replacing the gas valve, which was sticking last summer.

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