AFG oil burner few tweak questions

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Old 12-23-11, 10:17 PM
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Question AFG oil burner few tweak questions

Hello everyone i had a few questions about my oil heater maybe you guys will know my afg is rated 0.50 to 0.65 and says manufacter nozzle 0.65 by 80 degrees and thats size i usually get when i replace it but i was wondering if i could use a 0.55 or 0.50 by 80 degree nozzle to save on fuel oil?
 
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Make & model of the furnace? I'll see what I can find on it but be advised that any nozzle changes must be accompanied by combustion analysis.
 
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i have a beckett afg oil burner
 
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theres a thermopride sticker on it but it say afg oil burner but im sure its beckett
 
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Old 01-14-12, 11:53 AM
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If there's a Thermo-Pride sticker on it, yes the burner is a Beckett AFG. I still need the model # of the furnace. Thermo-Pride's model number would be something OH5-85 or OL2-56. Those are just examples of their model numbers but all of their model numbers are in the same format.
 
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