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This is a cast iron Taco 007-F5 pump. Any...

This is a cast iron Taco 007-F5 pump. Any recommendations on what type of stainless steel or bronze pump I could replace it with? Here is the spec sheet....
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I presume the only change is that the boiler...

I presume the only change is that the boiler isn't running as often on calls for steam. Usually in the winter the boiler water is warm enough to circulate without the need to additionally run the...
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Thanks for the feedback. I've had some other...

Thanks for the feedback. I've had some other ideas, as even though the supply/return lines for the hw coil are reversed, I don't think the boiler water level has ever retreated below the return...
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Regarding connections on the relay - 6 goes...

Regarding connections on the relay - 6 goes straight to burner control, 5 goes to burner control via the aquastat. The aquastat is an L6006C - I made a mistake above. [R-B Opens, R-W Closes on Temp...
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@ Geochurchi: 1) This setup has worked since we...

@ Geochurchi:
1) This setup has worked since we purchased the home in 2015 - with the exception of the intermittent problem in this discussion. Essentially, there are times when the circulator pump...
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The supply comes out of the front bottom, and...

The supply comes out of the front bottom, and return is toward the top at the back of the boiler.

The relay is an ARGO AR822-II. It sends signal to both the burner control (through aquastat) and...
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Hi Allan, The boiler water circulates through the...

Hi Allan, The boiler water circulates through the domestic water tank. The water level in the boiler is about three inches higher than the aquastat well. (Water fills half of the glass that you see...
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Seasonal issues with hot water

Thanks in advance for reading:
We have a Weil McLain oil-fired boiler for our gravity steam heat.
Domestic Hot water is heated via a loop from the boiler as well.

Every spring, and occasionally...
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