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05-29-15, 07:10 AM
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Posted By icycle

I think WaterWeld will almost certainly work for...

I think WaterWeld will almost certainly work for your filter crack. The pressures there are the same at the head unit I repaired which is still leak free today. Just be sure you sand and then clean...
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Posted By icycle

Success, no leaks anymore! All bolts came out...

Success, no leaks anymore! All bolts came out without issue. I re-tapped all holes, re-die'ed all bolts (was going to replace the bolts but the ones they gave me were 1/4" too long and mine were in...
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Posted By icycle

Ordered both parts locally today. Will attempt...

Ordered both parts locally today. Will attempt this job myself. Hopefully everything will go okay unless bolts break.
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Posted By icycle

Looks like I need Peerless part # 99812 for the...

Looks like I need Peerless part # 99812 for the blank plate. The OEM gasket is # 51800, but I've heard recommendations to get a better aftermarket gasket. Anyone have recommendations there?
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Posted By icycle

Thanks, good advice. From my reading here:...

Thanks, good advice.

From my reading here: Heating Help (http://www.heatinghelp.com/forum-thread/146254/Rusty-bolts-on-the-tankless-water-heating-blank) it sounds like blank plates are used. Also...
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Posted By icycle

Oops, yes forgot to mention that. Peerless...

Oops, yes forgot to mention that. Peerless WBV-03. Thanks
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Posted By icycle

replacing tankless tapping plate gasket

Now that I've switched my system over to cold start...
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Posted By icycle

All done!

As soon as the new 6 zone panel arrived last Saturday I hooked it up with just the water heater and all the TTs. Today, I finished connecting the rest of the circulators. Everything is now connected...
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Posted By icycle

Trooper, Thanks for all your help and patience...

Trooper,
Thanks for all your help and patience on this. I've learned a lot and will learn even more when overhauling the electrical for the system! This is what the internet is all about.
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Posted By icycle

Well, I hope so. I bought one: Taco SR506 4...

Well, I hope so. I bought one: Taco SR506 4 Switching Relay 6 Zone New | eBay (http://www.ebay.com/itm/201100310501) :)
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Posted By icycle

Folks, if I just get a taco SR506-4 relay (6zones...

Folks, if I just get a taco SR506-4 relay (6zones with priority) I can make this problem go away, right? I'll evem rewire it all myself because I'm tired of paying electricians to do it wrong. :)...
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Posted By icycle

Here's rev 1 of the wiring diagram. Let me know...

Here's rev 1 of the wiring diagram. Let me know if it's enough detail or where more is needed.
http://teambums.com/att/boiler/boiler_wiring_r1.jpg

Hint, for a bigger version, (in Firefox) right...
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Posted By icycle

I've confirmed that the 2 original large zones of...

I've confirmed that the 2 original large zones of my house (floor 1 and floor 2) connected to the SR100 and 8124 respectively both correctly fire the burner (and their circulators) from the...
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Posted By icycle

spott, in my case the DHW is via an indirect hot...

spott, in my case the DHW is via an indirect hot water tank on a separate zone, with a circulator. Trying to figure out how to get the wiring such that things work properly. Also hoping not to have...
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Posted By icycle

Thanks again NJ Trooper, that helps a lot to hear...

Thanks again NJ Trooper, that helps a lot to hear how the terminals behave.

One thing I forgot to add to my list of things to figure out is an echo of my previous concern for "cool" start (i.e....
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Posted By icycle

Here's some info on the wiring...not a diagram...

Here's some info on the wiring...not a diagram yet but should get us started.

Really it comes down to the 8124 plus an Erie Boss SR100...
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Posted By icycle

OK, I did some reading. Thanks to some links I...

OK, I did some reading. Thanks to some links I found on this forum, I now have an understanding of how the 8124 works. Links used were:
http://www.firedragonent.com/triple.pdf
Nothing But A...
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Posted By icycle

Ah, so that's how diff comes in when there's...

Ah, so that's how diff comes in when there's hi/lo/diff. I was thinking that when the temp hit low the burner ran until it hit high again. So does it kick on at high-diff and stop at low+diff?

In...
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Posted By icycle

First, thanks for helping out on this! No,...

First, thanks for helping out on this!

No, no permits nor inspections in this case, I was told it wasn't needed.

I recall your other posts on this. I was hopeful that the treated town water...
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Posted By icycle

No, not yet. I could make one. I'd asked...

No, not yet. I could make one.


I'd asked the electrician to quote me a 6 zone switching relay and he steered me to just adding the new 2 zone model instead. So, here we are all over again :(

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Posted By icycle

Boiler questions re: switch to cold start, priorities across zones, temp setting

My last boiler related post here was here:
http://www.doityourself.com/forum/boilers-home-heating-steam-hot-water-systems/447538-flushing-hydronic-heating-system-help-needed-pic-provided.html
where...
11-29-13, 07:19 AM
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Posted By icycle

Thanks for the replies and sorry for the delay, I...

Thanks for the replies and sorry for the delay, I was subscribed to this thread but didn't see any notification.

First, the reason for the double door was to have the ability to have the 2...
11-27-13, 01:31 PM
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Posted By icycle

help framing double door in expanded basement (cut foundation)

We recently put an addition on our house and had a full foundation poured so we could also expand the basement. I had them cut the existing foundation wide enough for a double door and now it's time...
06-04-13, 06:49 AM
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Posted By icycle

Thanks all. I returned the PlasticWeld and got...

Thanks all. I returned the PlasticWeld and got the WaterWeld, sanded/cleaned/patched up the crack on the inside of the filter head, and it's been running leak free for several weeks now.
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