Water Flow Pressure Switch For Aqual HeatWave Heat Pump - 6248

Part # 6248

By Aqua Cal

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Part # 6248

Alternate Part #'s ECS6248

Product Description

Water Flow Pressure Switch For Aqual HeatWave Heat Pump

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?     Asked on 5/17/2021by gene coccetti

the part # is PLS 2642
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A  Answered on 5/19/2021 by Aqua Cal

Good Morning Mr. Coccetti, Hope you are doing well. The best part # for the kit you need is the 0015S. INYO pools will be able to provide pricing & availability. Thanks Robert Brown AquaCal Tech Support
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?     Asked on 5/17/2021by gene coccetti

i need the pressure switch tubing assembly, going from the pressure switch to the top of the exchanger
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A  Answered on 5/19/2021 by Aqua Cal

Good Morning Mr. Coccetti, Hope you are doing well. The best part # for the kit you need is the 0015S. INYO pools will be able to provide pricing & availability. Thanks Robert Brown AquaCal Tech Support
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?     Asked on 5/11/2021by Inyo Visitor

does this first the aqua comfort heat pumps
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A  Answered on 5/12/2021 by Aqua Cal

Good Morning, Hope you are doing well. If the connection for the flow switch in the AquaComfort is a 2 wire connection then this ECS6248 will work just fine. This switch is adaptable into most heat pumps on the market. Thanks, Robert Brown AquaCal Tech Support
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?     Asked on 4/3/2020by jose farca

i need for my AQUACAL heater H155B-A i need the temp sensor STK0021 and the presure switch len gordon 800125 Can you tell me if those are the right parts, how to locate the parts in the heater and if you have those 2 in stock
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A  Answered on 4/10/2020 by Aqua Cal

Good Morning Mr. Farca, Hope you are doing well. The STK0021 is the correct temp sensor & I would recommend the Water Pressure Switch; part number 0015S. The kit has the 6248 pressure switch & other parts to help in replacement. INYO Pools can help with all that for you. Thanks Robert Brown AquaCal Tech Support
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?     Asked on 7/10/2019by Michael Harrison

Is this the sensor the source of the PO code? I just replaced the manifold and temp sensor with ST00021. I have an older AeroTemp 85K BTU heater.
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A  Answered on 7/12/2019 by Aqua Cal

Good Morning Mr. Harrision, Hope you are doing well. The PO code is in reference to the water temp sensor. The STK0021 would be the correct replacement as long as the wires are hooked up to WS on the control board inside the machine. The item pictured is the Water Pressure Switch & would only be needed if you had FLO on the display with the circulation pump running. Thanks, Robert Brown AquaCal Tech Support
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  • Commented on 7/12/2019 by Product Owner

    Is there a picture of the control board with a wiring diagram, Please?? I now have the STK0021 connected to the 'WS' connection on the control board and am now getting a 'dPO' code indicating the defrost sensor is open (which is the same sensor as the temp sensor... correct. When I ohm out the sensor, it shows open (see photo) - This is a brand new sensor. Suggestions?

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?     Asked on 6/7/2019by keith duncan

MODEL 155AHDEBNA HAS CODES (FLO) I CHANGE THE FILTER AND AFTER A LITTLE WHOLE THE CODE COME UP AGANT IS THIS A FLOW SWITCH
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A  Answered on 6/10/2019 by Aqua Cal

Good Morning Mr. Duncan, Hope you are doing well. This would indicate a problem with the water pressure switch when it opens & closes intermittently without an actual change in water flow. I would suggest our kit # 0015S Water Pressure Switch to remedy the situation. Thanks Robert Brown AquaCal Tech Support
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?     Asked on 10/16/2018by gary

what is the psi rating on this switch will it work on 70 psi without leaking
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A  Answered on 10/19/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Gary. The max psi for this switch is 50. 
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Difficulty

Est. Repair Time

Less than 1 hr

Tools Needed

Screwdriver, Pliers, Wrench Set

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Was getting FLO code, and knew my pump was running good.

Written on 9/17/2018 by Guest

1. Turn breaker off
2. Remove wires and water line.
3. Remove anchoring nut, removing switch.
4. Install switch and anchoring nut.
5. Install wires and water line.
6. turn on power. should work. if still getting FLO code, you can adjust the switch with the dial on it.

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