Burnham p204bwns boiler not working

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Old 12-13-08, 06:45 PM
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Burnham p204bwns boiler not working

I'm not bad at repairs and before calling for the pros I though if someone had a manual or a fault tree diagram to check thru it would be great.
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P204

Here is the manual on the Series 2 boilers:
http://www.burnham.com/PDF/IO/Series%202B.pdf

In there they list a 204 but not a P204. I think the 'P' indicates a standing pilot.

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The "P" stands for packaged, 204 is a 4 section, "b" is a series (3rd generation) "W" stands for water, "N" stands for natural gas and the S"" stands for Standing pilot.
Is anything happening at all on a call for heat?
 
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Letter Designations

Thanks for the explanation of Burnham's letter codes.
 
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Thxs

Thanks for the info I downloaded the file and will check what the troubleshooting pages say.
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OK Grady except they have changed since that boiler was made.
Today that would be a P204NCL-TEI2
P=Packaged
204=Series 2 4 section
N=Natural Gas
C=Standing Pilot
L=1" Burners
T=Taco Pump
E=Vent Damper
I-Intermittent Circulation
2=up to 2000' elevation
 
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Model Number

Good gravy, with model numbers like that, who needs serial numbers.
 
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