Buderus G124X SP


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Old 02-15-15, 01:51 PM
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Buderus G124X SP

Hi All, has anyone purchased a Buderus pilot burner part no. 05181314?
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Tell us what you're looking for. I doubt if your question will hook many fish.
 
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Old 02-15-15, 03:47 PM
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OK, I am trying to find the replacement, and one was ordered for me and they are trying to charge me $283.00 for it,I could buy a gas valve for that price,really looking for an idea of what it is worth so I have some recourse,certainty not paying that much,and can't seem to find an aftermarket model.
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I believe it's a Honeywell Q350 . Yeah, 283 is highway robbery.

Reasonable would be between 50 and 100

Don't know why supplyhouse doesn't list the Q350 ...

I think it may be because the Q350 are OEM parts.

Why do you need a new pilot burner?
 

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Because I went to replace the flame sensor and the nut at the base disintegrated and I can't get the rod out,at least the old one is stuck in there and working,although it looks pretty beat,just wanted to do some PM,there has to be more numbers than just Q350 which is exactly the part I need but the bonnet has to turn a certain way to make Contact with the burner also.
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I bet you could find a Q314 that would work just fine.

http://www.alpinehomeair.com/related...ls%20Guide.pdf

Note that the Q314 crosses to a number of the Q350 ... but Buderus with their " YOU MUST BUY FROM US! " attitude won't apparently release details.
 
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I thought this question sounded familiar!

http://www.doityourself.com/forum/bo...us-boiler.html
 
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I have given that some thought.
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Ach du Lieber! Sometimes we might need to look at the foreign versions of the manual!

ZŁndbrenner Q350 A 2287 05181314

But, I don't know if that's gonna hep ya or not?


Q314U Cross Reference

OS# Q350A2287

Hood E <--- E = Low BTU Hood

Hood Angle K <--- K = Right

Orifice CA <--- P = Pink CAR-12 0.012 in.

Gas Type NAT

Compression Fitting •

AuxiliaryBracket Yes


So, I'm guessing that you can use the Q314U (universal) for $40

http://www.supplyhouse.com/Honeywell...rner-for-NG-LP


https://customer.honeywell.com/en-US...id=Q314U1001/U

https://customer.honeywell.com/resou.../69-2754EF.pdf
 

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The II model uses a different pilot than the SP ...
Sparky versus standing.
 
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I realize that but this sight sell all Buderus parts and a phone number to get an idea of prices.
 
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If they have it, it's not listed on the website....
 
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Thanks,good info, I am still trying to get the supplyhouse to justify this amount,they had to order it in so I maybe stuck,or end up paying a restocking charge,we'll see.
The pilot line going into the assembly has a bell like end on it and the nut tightens in ,these universal burners have the Ferrell built onto the nut,but I guess that line could be replaced or the end cut off.
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