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  1. Thanks Jimmy. I have no clue what it could be. Time to call someone in I guess.
  2. I have a Hayward series H millivolt pool heater. When I turn the pump on, water starts to seep out onto the floor. When I am facing the heater it is about half way down on the right side of the unit. Anything in particular that I should be suspecting?
  3. Thank you very much for your help
  4. I didnt realise anyone had replied until today. Here is the pic. Thanks so much!
  5. I have a pool with a regular Hayward Superpump, a spa pump and a Hayward millivolt heater. The spa is one of those ones built into the pool deck and the pump for it has its own switch on the wall. My question is....When I turn on the spa pump and heater and change the direction of water flow, am I supposed to turn OFF the "main pump" and only let the spa pump run? I could swear the former operator told me to always leave the pool pump running even when heating the hot tub but when I tried that tonight there was banging in the pipes and shaking so I had to turn it off. I must have misunders
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