Hot water boller Zonevalves


Old 03-18-11, 12:57 PM
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Question Hot water boller Zonevalves

I have completely lost heat on the basement zone &the valve doesnt seem to be opening when calling for heat,I have the stat jumped out!The zonevalve is a Whiterogers Type1361-102&its sweated in . Is it possible to replace the guts in the valve without removing it &soldering a new one in? There are pictures of my system which I had sent to NJ Trooper 0n 12/16/10 if this helps you ? Thank you! Jim fh
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Old 03-18-11, 01:08 PM
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What it shows in the instructions, Yes. Its probably a good idea to test it before you replace it, to make sure its bad.

Heres the manual

Here is the motor only

F19-0104 - White Rodgers F19-0104 - 2 Wire Motor Assembly For Zone Valves

Heres the whole assembly.

1361-102 - White Rodgers 1361-102 - 3/4" Sweat Zone Valve (Two Wire)

For the few $ more I would get the body also. Just incase you need it.

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Here's the link to Jim's pics... they are on the second page, after the cars he crashed up! (just kiddin' Jim, I know what that's about!) ...

Jim, whatever happened about the sorta same issue which you posted about in February? Was it the circulator? or are you still chasing the same problem?
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I think it might be a good idea for the helpers to have a history of this system... so I'm linking back to Jim's original post:
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Before getting excited about changing the valve guts try turning the wheel at the bottom of the motor housing to see if the valve opens. The valve portion itself is quite rugged and rarely fails but the motor could have died or you may even have a wiring or transformer problem.
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