Leaky Riello hydraulic actuator


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Old 10-11-12, 10:06 AM
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Leaky Riello hydraulic actuator

Grady,

I seem to have the same leaky hydraulic actuator that you were describing in a jan 2005 post...since it was so old, a pop up suggested to repost a new thread...

Assuming I can get the part, how do I replace it without spilling oil all over the place, and making a mess...also, it will help if the durn thing works when I am done! Thanks.

No furnace experience--save for vacuuming, and replacing filters and nozzles.

Thom
 
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Old 10-11-12, 10:20 AM
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If you can give me the model of the Riello, I can probably provide a link to a place where you can get the part.

As far as making a mess with oil, it's not likely. A rag or few paper towels should be all you need.
 
 

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