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12-31-11, 12:06 PM
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Posted By pflor

We sure are not dealing with your average furnace...

We sure are not dealing with your average furnace here.

Your note that says that the duct could at times get "too hot to touch" sure is a heads up!

I don't suppose you have there a especially...
12-30-11, 03:43 PM
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Views: 3,689
Posted By pflor

Does the sparking stop once the burners light-up?...

Does the sparking stop once the burners light-up? or do the burners perhaps light-up for just a few seconds with the sparking never stopping at all until the burners shut down completely?
12-30-11, 02:17 PM
Replies: 9
Views: 19,335
Posted By pflor

What should the belt tension be is not an easy...

What should the belt tension be is not an easy question to answer (without getting finger cramps), but there is something you can do:

You first need to look at the nameplate and write down the...
12-30-11, 10:53 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 8,045
Posted By pflor

The wiring diagram for your furnace shows that...

The wiring diagram for your furnace shows that there is one limit switch (Trane calls them TCO), and two flame rollout (Trane calls them FUSE LINK) switches. They are connected with "yellow" wires...
12-30-11, 10:10 AM
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Views: 8,045
Posted By pflor

As I look into this, it has occurred to me to ask...

As I look into this, it has occurred to me to ask for the unexpected:
Is it possible that at the thermostat the "FAN ON/AUTO" switch may have accidentally been turned to the "ON" position?

A...
12-30-11, 07:09 AM
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Views: 8,045
Posted By pflor

TUD, your furnace is an "upflow" model I'll...

TUD, your furnace is an "upflow" model

I'll look at the service manual a little later to give you additional leads, but from what you're describing, barring a wire harness or quick connector that...
12-30-11, 06:55 AM
Replies: 9
Views: 19,335
Posted By pflor

Nice movie! Playing devil's advocate (as...

Nice movie!
Playing devil's advocate (as Irig's diagnostic is a good one), I would suggest that the noise could possibbly be "electrical chatter", of the kind you get when a motor is having a...
12-30-11, 06:44 AM
Replies: 2
Views: 1,872
Posted By pflor

What brand is this unit? Rheem? Trane? etc. the...

What brand is this unit? Rheem? Trane? etc.
the NTC... appears to be its model number
12-30-11, 06:19 AM
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Posted By pflor

Your aquastat seems to be consistently "off" by a...

Your aquastat seems to be consistently "off" by a good 20F.
The L8124A is a Honeywell triple-aquastat-relay control. The high limit comes from factory with a 10F "fixed" differential...
12-30-11, 05:41 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 8,045
Posted By pflor

Please look for the nameplate of your furnace,...

Please look for the nameplate of your furnace, get the model number (XR-80 is only the family group name, not a model number)....and post it in this thread.
You should be able to get to the...
Replies: 2
Views: 976
Posted By pflor

pop-quiz

Thank you, Trooper...
You always so helpful, and bring a smile to my face each and every time. :p

It's interesting how I've been finding and fixing problems with the hvac in this building since...
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Views: 976
Posted By pflor

advice request, freeze protection for commercial hot water heating boiler

Hi all!
Weil-McLain cast-iron sectional boiler, BL-676-W, fired with #2-oil.
Copper distribution lines, copper/aluminum-fin baseboards (for perimeter heating) plus copper/aluminum-fin hot water...
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Views: 6,839
Posted By pflor

the boiler does have a Guard Dog LWCO, and at...

the boiler does have a Guard Dog LWCO, and at least one of the two built-in Watts dual check valves have plastic seats (as per specs)...don't quite remember the material for the second one.
...
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Views: 6,839
Posted By pflor

code book on boilers

I would love to be able to put my hands on a copy of the code. Where can I buy it? an electronic version is perhaps available? My interest is specifically on the code as it applies to boilers and...
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Views: 6,839
Posted By pflor

the photo trooper requested

Everybody: Thank you kindly for your time. It's nice to be back. I haven't posted in a looong time. Below is the photo trooper requested. I hope it gives more light and helps solve the mistery of the...
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Views: 6,839
Posted By pflor

Question regarding check valve in water-feed line

Hi all,
Need some help here. Pointers. Would appreciate any feedback.

Have a boiler installation. The issue I need help with is the Automatic feed line.
This line has installed (in the order...
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Views: 2,561
Posted By pflor

This particular model number does come with the...

This particular model number does come with the booster heater you mention
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Views: 2,561
Posted By pflor

:D Not in my house...The dishwasher at home is...

:D Not in my house...The dishwasher at home is "yours truly".

This is at a day-care center me/wife own and wife runs.
capacity of this beast is 30 racks/hr (or 750 dishes/hr)

Guys, I see you...
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Views: 2,561
Posted By pflor

Hi... I'm aware of the "do-not-use"...

Hi...
I'm aware of the "do-not-use" residential-grade dishwashing detergent, as well as of their max. 20psig requirement, as I downloaded all of their manuals and perused through them. ...
Replies: 9
Views: 2,561
Posted By pflor

requesting suggestions for dishwasher detergent

Hi!
I have a brand new "commercial grade" electric dishwasher, Insinger RL-30.
Would someone please recommend a brand name for detergent and rinse fluids?

A website where to look for perhaps?
...
06-16-09, 04:51 AM
Replies: 16
Views: 1,596
Posted By pflor

Post pictures of the component to get a better...

Post pictures of the component to get a better chance at identifying it.
06-15-09, 04:49 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 854
Posted By pflor

Pressure equalization at the condensing unit?...??

Pressure equalization at the condensing unit?...??
06-15-09, 04:43 AM
Replies: 12
Views: 1,030
Posted By pflor

My replies to your latest (red) comments below...

My replies to your latest (red) comments below (in blue)
06-14-09, 06:50 PM
Replies: 12
Views: 1,030
Posted By pflor

The insulated line should remain colder than the...

The insulated line should remain colder than the other one so long the compressor keeps running. If the compressor were to stop, the temperatures equalize.

It appears that in your case, the...
06-14-09, 09:26 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 854
Posted By pflor

Is this a heat pump system?

Is this a heat pump system?
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