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I will say I haven't had a lockout since I put...

I will say I haven't had a lockout since I put this controller on, could be a coincidence, or maybe that 5s valve-on delay is mitigating the issue that was originally causing lockouts.
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Cad cell high

Just installed a.honeywell 7284 on my oil boiler. Cad cell starts around 3000 then goes down to 2500 after about a minute. I have had some lockouts this week, boiler hasn't been cleaned for 15...
01-11-21, 01:48 PM
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Yeah I know 10awg is good but this is going 100'...

Yeah I know 10awg is good but this is going 100' away to i figured why not bump it up, plus i had the 8awg already.

Thanks for the reply, can you link me to the 45 deg one? I like that.
01-11-21, 10:44 AM
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Question Deeper FSE Box?

Hey guys, I have an FSE (https://www.homedepot.com/p/Cantex-1-Gang-FSE-Electrical-Box-R5133364/202043497) box with this outlet...
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What is the purpose of the delay? Does that mean...

What is the purpose of the delay? Does that mean that the burner won't get fuel for 15s when it tries to start?
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Ok. Motor and ign already separate. What should...

Ok. Motor and ign already separate. What should the valve delay be.
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Got the 7284. My carlin 40200-02 has the orange...

Got the 7284. My carlin 40200-02 has the orange wire tied to both the motor and a valve. Should I separate the valve out and use the valve terminal on the honeywell, or just leave the motor and...
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Difference between these honeywell devices

Hi, what is the difference between this:

https://www.supplyhouse.com/Honeywell-R7284U1004-Universal-Digital-Electronic-Oil-Primary

and this
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Oh one more thing... If I had a variable high...

Oh one more thing... If I had a variable high diff... I could increase it to allow circulators to run in a greater range without the boiler firing, right?
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No rambling... Damn good explanation thanks.

No rambling... Damn good explanation thanks.
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Helps a lot. Tx a lot guys.

Helps a lot. Tx a lot guys.
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Even if you get most of the air out, the air...

Even if you get most of the air out, the air scoop or air separator should do the rest.
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I believe that's right, but I think the 10 he's...

I believe that's right, but I think the 10 he's referring to is the fixed subtraction part of it.

Would be great if someone could confirm this:
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Ok, so the answer to my question 1 & 2 is 170?

Ok, so the answer to my question 1 & 2 is 170?
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Question L8124A Setpoint / Diff Questions

I have one of these (tankless coil) with 2 zones. Suppose for argument sake, one of the thermostats is set to 90 and is always on. Also suppose hi limit is 180, low is 150, diff is 10.

1) The...
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Pex sizing

I'm adding a zone in the room above my garage. It's probably a 60' run before it hits the 1st baseboard and another 60' back to the boiler. Do I need to use 1" pex (to and from the baseboards) to...
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Just curious, why don't you have to vent exterior...

Just curious, why don't you have to vent exterior walls? Wouldn't the same things happen as a roof?
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Ok. Just so I can understand, what happens when...

Ok. Just so I can understand, what happens when you don't have any venting? Is the problem worse in the winter or summer?
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Using regular fiberglass. So venting is all 3...

Using regular fiberglass. So venting is all 3 things? Soffit vents, styrofoam channels, and ridge vent?
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Soffit Vents / Ridge Vent Needed Here?

I am finishing up my 14x14 sunroom and have already installed the soffits, and the roof has been shingled. The roof is 4.5 pitch with a ridge beam (LVL), 2x6 rafters. It's still bare on the inside,...
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Haha no. I was just looking for someone to say...

Haha no. I was just looking for someone to say "yes I do that all the time" or "no i did that once and everything froze".
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Well, you know you can say that pipes in an...

Well, you know you can say that pipes in an exterior wall of a 2x4 house won't freeze (I've been in many houses that have this)? I'm just looking for an answer like that.
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The boiler has a tankless coil and is never cold....

The boiler has a tankless coil and is never cold. Does this have something to do with it?
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I'm in MA, how can I make my location show... It...

I'm in MA, how can I make my location show... It used to. I know insulation doesn't magically create heat, but I'm just asking if this is put into practice. I suppose at least a few hours a day...
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Pex under joists outdoors?

I'd like to run under floor radiant panels between the joists under my sun room. They are 2x10 and would have r30 insulation, covered with 1/2 plywood. Would this be enough to keep the pex from...
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