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4 zones (three downstairs, one upstairs), each...

4 zones (three downstairs, one upstairs), each with a thermostat which were all existing prior to the installation of the Buderus according to the installer. The thermostats are all just set to 75...
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New to Buderus boilers-need some advice on programming, etc...

I have a 2600 SF home with copper tube/aluminum fin baseboards throughout. There is also copper tube/aluminum fin installed in the basement as well. I have the system programmed on a custom...
10-16-18, 06:56 AM
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The house was originally a barn that was built in...

The house was originally a barn that was built in ??? and converted to a house sometime in the late 1870s. After that it was added onto/modernized in fits and starts with the latest addition and...
10-15-18, 06:14 PM
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Posted By Swamp_Yankee

I pulled the trigger on a Sante Fe Advance 90...

I pulled the trigger on a Sante Fe Advance 90 which is capable of 300 CFM/90 pints per day. I've got it set at the halfway mark on the dial which is supposed to be somewhat drier than "normal." ...
10-09-18, 06:37 AM
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Posted By Swamp_Yankee

I think I might at least try it. I should note...

I think I might at least try it. I should note that I'm not looking at the junk they sell in box stores, but rather large units that will do 150-200 pints of water a day. The Santa Fe models are...
10-08-18, 06:53 PM
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Posted By Swamp_Yankee

Recommend a dehumidifier/dehumidification scheme

I'm in Northwest NJ (which lately has been feeling like the Amazon Rainforest) in a 150 year old farmhouse with no ductwork (hydronic baseboard heat) and this summer our window units did keep the...
08-05-18, 07:04 AM
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Posted By Swamp_Yankee

I'll back up a bit-forgot some details: ...

I'll back up a bit-forgot some details:

House has no central AC currently and no ductwork (hydronic heat)
The system would only be for cooling

We have oil fired hydronic heat and a large...
08-05-18, 05:50 AM
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Posted By Swamp_Yankee

Cheap Chinese Mini-Splits: Worth It?

Seems these days that the market is flooded with cheap Chinese mini-splits with a million different names (my guess is that they are made by a handful of manufacturers) that are skewed to the DIY...
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Posted By Swamp_Yankee

I'm at work right now and did not take any...

I'm at work right now and did not take any pictures of the tank. Will try to post some tonight, but its pretty simple. It looks like a conventional standalone water heater tank with four ports:...
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DHW temperature too low all of a sudden

After living with forced air heat of various iterations (gas, wood, oil, etc...) we purchased a home with hydronic baseboard heat fired by a Buderus oil boiler in October. The entire system was put...
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