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I ended up answering my own question. All in all...

I ended up answering my own question. All in all I was inquiring about being able to isolate the pressure reducing valve and the backflow preventer with a ball valve on each side. I was trying to run...
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Update to post

@ NJ Trooper, I am almost done updating the boiler system. I got rid of the reducer that the previous owner installed on the cold water supply and did some cleaning up of existing plumbing etc. What...
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Well the FICM or Fuel Injection Control Module is...

Well the FICM or Fuel Injection Control Module is separte from the ECM and PCM. It does just that, control the fuel injectors. Unfortunately on the 6.0L there are several sensors that can cause what...
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Sounds like the four wheel drive actuator. Should...

Sounds like the four wheel drive actuator. Should be this Robot Check (http://www.amazon.com/Dorman-600-103-4-Wheel-Drive-Actuator/dp/B000TYQ9G6)
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Posted By NukeGuard

Alright, thank you for the insight so far. Ill...

Alright, thank you for the insight so far. Ill get some accurate data and go from there. Ill post the results, maybe someome else can use the info !
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Copy that, I will work on those steps tomorrow...

Copy that, I will work on those steps tomorrow morning. I have to construct one of the gauge setups you've posted in the gauge accuracy write up
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Ah ! Yes alright. I did see those type of valves...

Ah ! Yes alright. I did see those type of valves on the internet. That last one has the "fast fill" option i believe is what the "arm" controls? So, just to clarify, keep what ive got and simply...
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Posted By NukeGuard

Ah, alright I can understand that concept now....

Ah, alright I can understand that concept now. Additionally, no leaks that Ive noticed before
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Posted By NukeGuard

Amature as in my skill level of identifying that...

Amature as in my skill level of identifying that the cap should have been loose lol
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Posted By NukeGuard

Unfortunatly im not home to look at it. I was...

Unfortunatly im not home to look at it. I was considering getting a "dual valve" reducing/feeder valve that would satisfy the system in addition to an air scoop above the tank. Id install the...
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We had luck silencing the two living level zones...

We had luck silencing the two living level zones but then heard the rushing water in the basement zone. Its too cold to shut it down for days to work on it so i just leave that zone t'stat off,...
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Thats what we tried so far, amature move but i...

Thats what we tried so far, amature move but i dont think the cap was loose on that vent. I looked in it before and it has a schrader valve. I deemed it "sealed" unless depressed. As far as manual...
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Posted By NukeGuard

its adjustable and is reading 30 psi currently....

its adjustable and is reading 30 psi currently. So I should drop it down to 12-15psi then ?
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Posted By NukeGuard

I interpret the expansion tank / relief valve...

I interpret the expansion tank / relief valve being on their own pipe and the tank being the end of the line. Then cold water supply entering the return 1 1/4" pipe. Placement of shut offs and drain...
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Posted By NukeGuard

Sorry for the deception in the picture, the...

Sorry for the deception in the picture, the actual gas main is up and to the left of the boiler, that length of flex feeds my dryer which is located near where im taking the picture from.

Yeah, I...
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Even though mine is a "pumping to" I understand...

Even though mine is a "pumping to" I understand it as the tank needing to be on the suction side of the pumps. The original installer design didn't seem to follow anything i've seen in pictures...
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Posted By NukeGuard

also have been wondering if I need a bypass pipe...

also have been wondering if I need a bypass pipe with a metering valve between return/supply. Page 6 http://www.master.ca/documents/0EW2-1203.pdf
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Posted By NukeGuard

I have been trying to make my way through the...

I have been trying to make my way through the manual looking for anything else that might be of use. Pages 4 - 7 http://www.master.ca/documents/0EW2-1203.pdf kind of apply but leave some imagining...
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Posted By NukeGuard

yes, it does say 30 psi. Cant see it in my...

yes, it does say 30 psi. Cant see it in my picture but this is the overview. They also put a check valve and a pipe that terminates into a drain. Its the pipe that heads south in the picture. It does...
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aside from that, I have been reading posts about...

aside from that, I have been reading posts about point of no pressure change and that the tank should be located streamline with the hottest water etc. It baffles me why they would put the city water...
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Posted By NukeGuard

they put a pressure reducer in line with the cold...

they put a pressure reducer in line with the cold water supply to drop it down to 30 psi for filling. beyond that, the only other device is the 30 psi relief valve.
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Posted By NukeGuard

Help with current boiler setup

Hello all, I am new to the forum. Don't want this to turn into a rant but I figure Ill lay it all out and see what you guys think! Here goes... Just bought a house that has a natural gas hydronic...
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