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03-28-20, 06:02 AM
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3/4 pex expander head to expand 5/8 pex

Quick question, will a 3/4 pex expanding head work in a 5/8 pex tubing. I have to make 3 connections in baseboard heating and was wondering if I can use a 3/4 head and just not expand it all the way....
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The shifter

The shifter and assembly comes as one unit and the shift cables hook up to it.

Could it be possible that when I was moving the shift linkage on top of the transmission by hand, the gear...
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Not sure

Where to check that on a suzuki?
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5sp manual gear box troubles

So I am trying to get my 2007 suzuki sx4 5spd with 138,000k miles back on the road after sitting for a year.

Last year I broke the floor shift assembly because I could not get the car into gear....
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Is it possible

Assuming he has the minimal flow through the boiler when the smallest zone is calling, to just pipe in a differential pressure bypass valve?
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Will do

Thanks for all your help. Will keep you posted
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Yup, they are that way from the circ housing. I...

Yup, they are that way from the circ housing. I will get the circ off there(ch2) but i need a spot for my baseboard zone. That is the million dollar question.
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Yes

It is the solo 110 propane.
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Here you go

I see no place to wire two pumps into ch1 terminal.
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I will take a picture

When I get home tonight but I am almost positive there are no terminals for a second pump but that would be nice if there were.
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I just think it is a limitation on the trimax

I could just but another relay and wire the lead to the ch1 low volt terminal to have the high temp curve.

However i wire the boiler pump, i will get simultaneous pump running from both ch1 and...
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So if you have a pump for each zone, no need for system pump.

That is why I get both the radiant zone pumps and bb pump to run during just a radiant zone call.
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Nothing below the terminal strip

That I know of. Just a place for 3 wires...i think. I will check and take pictures tonight and post.
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I went back and looked at it again numerous times

and I must be some kind of idiot:). If you look at that diagram, you are saying to wire to line 32,33,34.

Mine is wired to line 23,24,25. My baseboard pump is wired to where the manual says to...
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I am not sure what speed it was. If i keep it at...

I am not sure what speed it was. If i keep it at speed 1, the slower flow allows it to get to set point eventually but does not get a chance to modulate down due to the much cooler temps returning. ...
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How can I wire the ch1 pump and bolier pump to...

How can I wire the ch1 pump and bolier pump to just one ch1 terminal?

the boiler pump is on the ch2/system pump terminal. What does system pump mean, isn't that the boiler pump?
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I have tried all 3 speeds on the boiler pump. I...

I have tried all 3 speeds on the boiler pump. I have pri/sec. With just one baseboard zone and 3 large slab zones, the return water to the boiler is so much lower than supply temp, the boiler has a...
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re-read my edited post about the auxillary...

re-read my edited post about the auxillary terminal. Yeah, my baseboard zones do well with lower temp water, plus I have a 14x14 opening to the second floor so I am getting some heat from the slab...
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So to take advantage of the low temp curve, I can...

So to take advantage of the low temp curve, I can wire the relay for my 3 inslab zones to the CH2 low volt terminal.

where does my baseboard pump and tstat get wired into if the inboiler pump goes...
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outdoor reset is hooked up and curves are in. ...

outdoor reset is hooked up and curves are in.

ch1 curve 120-150 with -11 design temp
ch2 curve 90-120 with -11 design temp

My mix valves are set at 120 for protection.

No supply temp...
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yes, my baseboard is wired to the ch1 terminal,...

yes, my baseboard is wired to the ch1 terminal, tstat on the ch1 low volt tstat contact. My slab zones are on a relay with the low volt lead to the low volt ch2 tstat dry contact terminal. My...
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The diagram for their indirect shows a triangle...

The diagram for their indirect shows a triangle tube indirect and mine is a superstor which wants their piped the other way, not sure of the differences either.... I just know something is not right...
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No problem on the answer to that. I know that...

No problem on the answer to that. I know that the boiler pump needs to run when there is a call for heat on either a ch 1 or ch 2 call. The manual is so confusing... so confusing my installer did...
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The 3 closest to the baseboard zone is the slab...

The 3 closest to the baseboard zone is the slab returns. The circs are above in the picture with 3 way mixing valves just before the circs to send low temp water to the slabs.

The other pipe is...
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Posted By Wrxz24

that circulator is the baseboard pump

and it is on the return. I know it is recommended that you pump away from the expansion tank but this zone is leftover from the cast iron boiler replacement piping.
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