bryant oil boiler pw236 manual

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Old 10-11-18, 05:39 PM
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Cool bryant oil boiler pw236 manual

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I was just given a Byrant 4PW236 oil fired boiler. Going to use it in my pole barn for hydronic heating. I have looked all over and cannot find a manual. I am looking for a manual or maybe some help in identifying the plumbing connections. The front is the input. On the back is 4 holes. Assuming the small top is the pressure relief. the large connection in the top middle is the output. A large plug in the bottom, I'm assuming that is the main drain. Then there is a smaller connection on the bottom corner. Is this another drain?

pic are too big to post I will try n shrink n repost

Any insight into these connection would be greatly appreciated!!!!

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Welcome to the forums.

We dedicate one thread to a topic. This is your thread.

I don't recognize that unit and that model number doesn't appear in any Bryant service info.
The full model number should be on an ID tag inside near the burner.
 
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Here is the boiler model number.
I could not find it listed anywhere.

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Take a pic of the back of the boiler if possible, in fact the whole boiler would be good.

Typically your supply is high and your return is low. You have most likely a 3/4 tapping for you relief valve.

Boilers come with multiple tappings for different install purposes but all don't necessarily have to be used and in most cases are not. The ones not used are plugged.

Hope this helps a little.
 
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Old 10-18-18, 10:58 PM
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That's just a Bryant 236 boiler. It's very old and is of a vintage before they put manuals online.
Some limited information.
 
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