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Proper aquastat settings using Indirect HWH

Hello All, After a lifetime of having a separate oil-fired HWH, I just had a SuperStor 45 Indirect HWH installed. I have noticed that my hot water at the faucet does not get very hot, even after...
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Posted By pod7381

Thanks for the answer rbeck. I was never...

Thanks for the answer rbeck.
I was never considering just using the Boiler's coil to supply my hot water. I want my boiler turning on as little as possible with the price of oil what it is today....
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20 yr. old Hot Water Heater

Hello, I have a 20 yr. old Boch oil-fired HWH. There are no signs of leakage, but obviously this unit is a ticking time bomb waiting to explode! My questions for anyone who wishes to respond are:...
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Posted By pod7381

Thumbs up Thank You, Trooper

Just wanted to say thanks for all the valuable information you have given me.
Like I said in my first post, I was lucky to find this forum. And even luckier to find someone like you who is willing...
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Trooper, The boiler has always been a warm start,...

Trooper, The boiler has always been a warm start, although when oil prices went sky high a couple of years ago, I started disabling the Aquastat for a month or two in the summer. I figured I would...
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Posted By pod7381

Trooper, I read thru your last reply again and I...

Trooper, I read thru your last reply again and I believe you already answered my last question about Aquastat settings.
If I don't use the boiler for domestic hot water, I think you recommended HL-...
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Posted By pod7381

L7224 installed

Hello Trooper ...Thanks for your reply.

When you say you would trust the Temp reading on the new Aquastat over the boiler guage, does that mean you don't think I could have effected the Aquastats...
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Smile L7224 is installed.

Well, the deed is done. I installed the Aquastat this afternoon.
It was an easy job but I think I could have done it better had I paid more attention to installing the temperature probe. I say this...
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Posted By pod7381

Trooper, I've decided to replace the...

Trooper,

I've decided to replace the Aquastat. I purchased the L7224u1002 from Amazon. I should have it in a few days. Even though Honeywell says it should only be installed by a licensed heating...
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Posted By pod7381

Trooper- This is from the L7124U...

Trooper-

This is from the L7124U installation guide: (I knew I saw it somewhere)

L7124U UNIVERSAL OIL ELECTRONIC AQUASTAT∆ CONTROLLER
TROUBLESHOOTING
When attempting to diagnose system...
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Posted By pod7381

Hello Trooper, I read somewhere that 4 blinks...

Hello Trooper,
I read somewhere that 4 blinks of the LL/DSBL LED means "Safety relay has welded, Device requires replacement"
This doesn't make sense to me because if something is "welded" isn't...
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Thanks Trooper, I really appreciate your help....

Thanks Trooper, I really appreciate your help. Just to clarify one thing, the Disable LED that I said is blinking 4x's is more commonly refered to as the LL(Low-Limit)/DSBL LED.
I don't know how...
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Posted By pod7381

L7124 Aquastat Problem or Not?

Hello All,
I was lucky to stumble upon this forum. I have concerns about my Aquastat not working properly and contacting Honeywell was a complete waste of time as they offer no technical support for...
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