Not a new issue. Same exact issue when old board installed. The issue has not changed from before and after blowing that 1.25a fuse.That looks like it's labeled correctly.
I'm not sure why it looks so different from the original board?
Since you have a new issue, the only thing that I can think of is that you jumped something and blew a fuse.
Maybe the wiring wasn't put back correctly or something was damaged when the fuse got blown?
Yes, fires up. Can feel heat coming out of exhaust. but heat only stays on for 12 seconds or so then shuts off and displays AGS LED on back of orig board. Just like my orig first post. Only the heat shuts down. Board still shows temp and fan remains on. You can review my orig video.Does the heater start with the old board?
It actually came from a place named "Swimmables" out of Granada Hills. Found the place on Google called DiscountPoolMart.com. They have good reviews on Google.It will be interesting to see what Pentair says about the board.
PoolZoom has several bad reviews.
So, maybe they are selling defective, counterfeit or used parts as new.
Do you think the image of my board looks like a counterfeit one?I found out the hard way for safety critical parts it's better to bite the bullet and buy OEM only. I got an ignition module from eBay that was clearly defective. It opened the gas valve before the ignition cycle even started so it would have spewed gas for 20 sec before the igniter lighted. Luckily I did this first time with main gas supply cut off just in case. The part was very cheap and even more dangerous! I documented this and sent them a strongly worded email. They refunded and apologized. They had no idea what the module was and stopped selling them.
I found legitimate authorized distributors are reliable. For example, you can go to Fenwal's website or call their customer service and find that parts4heating is an authorized dealer. They were still a lot cheaper than the other major outlets. They also offer a warranty exchange with prior authorization and were very good to work with. Not sure they sell the board you need though.