What causes flame rollout on a pool heater?
Also to know is, what causes flame rollout on a water heater?
Flame rollout. Typically caused by insufficient combustion air or blocked exhaust venting. Absent access panel, absent burner cover, rust, debris, flame roll out, and melted drain valve escutcheon.
Additionally, what can causes a flame rollout switch to trip? Rollout switches trip because flames are burning back where they are not supposed to be. Possible causes include a stopped up vent, a stopped up heat exchanger, low gas pressure, or a cracked heat exchanger. In the case of the plugged vent or heat exchanger.
Also question is, what are some possible causes of burner flashback?
The gas in the burner mixer may be ignited, producing a flashback. Flame rollout is actually a variation of floating flames, with flames reaching for air outside the combustion chamber. The basic cause is a lack of combustion air. This lack of air may be due to overrating of burners, poor draft or blockage of flueways.
What is flame rollout?
Flame rollout is a term used to describe the condition or situation in which combustion takes place outside the burner area of an appliance, such as a gas boiler. Flame rollout is a common problem with gas-fueled appliances.