wiring and controls, please help

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wiring and controls, please help

Hello, with all of your help here, i got my old boiler out and my new boiler in. I was given a peerless WB-03 from a friend who converted to gas, its oversized i know. But its what fit in the ssmall space needed, and the price was free.

I got it all plumbed in with 2 circulators. I thought i had a wiring diagram i made when i took it all apart, but it seems to have gone lost. So now i am at a loss as to how to wire this thing up. I am very confident with my wiring, and electrical work, i have had my electrical in other pars of the house inspected, and the inspector said what a great job i did.
When it comes to wiring controls i am lost, could someone please help
The parts i have are a honeywell dual aquastat, 2 TACO relays, 2 TACO 007 Pumps, Mcdonnel Low water Cutoff RB-122E.
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I know that the thermostat wires go to each relay box, and I have a service switch aleady mounted to the wall with a 12ga 20a line coming from the red safety switch, which goes to the panel
 
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honeywell dual aquastat, 2 TACO relays
"Dual" ? Not sure what you mean... what is a'stat make/model?

Which relays are you using?
 
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the aquastat is a Honeywell L4081B and the relays are Honeywell RA89A-1074. I thought they were taco but they are not,

This is a peerless wbv-03 boiler, with coil, riello head.

so far I have the thermostat wire going to each relay. and the wire service switch wired to the emergency switch to the panel
 
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I have to head out for a bit, but I think the first thing would be to look at the manual to see if they show the 4081 wiring... I would have thought that boiler would have had a modern aquastat though...

I'll get back to this later this evening.
 
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