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04-08-15, 10:00 PM
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Yes, I know for sure that is a dedicated line for...

Yes, I know for sure that is a dedicated line for the air conditioner. Thanks guys for your input.
04-06-15, 06:36 PM
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Posted By queensny

How do I make my 110v outlet a 220v outlet

I have a 110v outlet for my air conditioner but I need a larger air conditioner which means I will need a 220v 15 amp outlet. I have 12-2 MClite on that circuit. I was told I can use the current...
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Posted By queensny

Thanks, I'll check it out. You're right....

Thanks, I'll check it out.

You're right. What I should have said was the boiler temperature never gets the chance to fall below 140f in standby without the burners coming back on. So I didn't see...
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Posted By queensny

Hey Guys, The way the system is currently...

Hey Guys,

The way the system is currently set up is the aquastat is set to 100 degrees for the floor. I'm not sure if that is too high but since it takes so long to heat up the floor for testing...
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Posted By queensny

I currently have it connected to a programmable...

I currently have it connected to a programmable thermostat. I haven't had the time to see how long it takes to get the floor to the optimal temperature or how long it takes to cool down. I didn't...
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Posted By queensny

I was looking through my cell phone for some...

I was looking through my cell phone for some pictures of the tubing to give me an idea of what I can do. I used the precut boards that have the grooves carved out for the pex. So I have 3/4 inch sub...
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Posted By queensny

The radiant heat is only installed in the kitchen...

The radiant heat is only installed in the kitchen and bathroom to keep the tile warm in the first floor apartment. The heat for the entire house is now controlled by the second floor apartment. This...
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Posted By queensny

Thanks guys, Now all I need to do is figure...

Thanks guys,
Now all I need to do is figure out how to correct the mistake of not installing a sensor into the floor. I thought any sensor used would take the temperature from the surface of the...
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Posted By queensny

I was all ready to buy a heat exchange plate when...

I was all ready to buy a heat exchange plate when he asked if we could try to do it with the one he made at the start of the project. I figured if it didn't work then we'll just get the other one.
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Posted By queensny

Rbeck, You may be right about the...

Rbeck,



You may be right about the BTU's but I don't know that much about heating systems to say. It's only because of the radiant floor that we are trying to add that I started getting into...
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Posted By queensny

Hello again, You guys were so helpful to me...

Hello again, You guys were so helpful to me before I'm hoping you can help me again. We started the installation on the boiler side of the radiant heat. The contractor made a tubular heat...
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Posted By queensny

Just spoke with the contractor. He said yesterday...

Just spoke with the contractor. He said yesterday he saw someone installing radiant flooring and sketched out what they had. It was the same design using the heat exchanger as shown at...
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Posted By queensny

Thanks for working that out for me. I was...

Thanks for working that out for me.
I was reading about the Taco X-pump block. It seems as though you can eliminate external circulators and mixing valve because its integrated with the heat...
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Posted By queensny

Input BTU 150,000, D.O.E Heating Capacity 125,000...

Input BTU 150,000, D.O.E Heating Capacity 125,000 BTU. The baseboard in the basement has 15' of fin tube. The kitchen and bath combined for the radiant heat is 170 sf. There are no radiators in those...
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Posted By queensny

Yes, that's what I read as well, which leads me...

Yes, that's what I read as well, which leads me to believe I should be ok. The radiant heat is for a small kitchen and bathroom.
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Posted By queensny

I was looking over this diagram from one of the...

I was looking over this diagram from one of the links NJTrooper posted and I see where they have a heat exchanger tank. I don't see a 3 way mixer in this layout. My guess is I can use the same layout...
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Posted By queensny

I did see a couple of setupís where an indirect...

I did see a couple of setupís where an indirect tank or the Everhot R.H. 8 heat exchanger tank was used but I really have no space for any of them in the boiler room. Thatís one reason why I figured...
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Posted By queensny

Thanks guys, We were thinking about putting...

Thanks guys,

We were thinking about putting the second circulator at the end of the return system to draw the water through to increase the water flow but I read you should always have the...
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Posted By queensny

How to add radiant heat to steam boiler

Hi,
I am new to the forum as you can see and I have no HVAC experience.
I am trying to correct the setup of my newly installed kitchen radiant heat. I have a steam boiler with a zone for heat in...
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