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I used to have a BG series 100. I used 30wt...

I used to have a BG series 100. I used 30wt engine oil in it.
It was fairly easy to rebuild.

http://www.statesupply.com/displayCategory.do?Id=4748
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Posted By jetmx

I dont know if the wiring is the same (or...

I dont know if the wiring is the same (or similar) for the HW W8665e compared to the Taco ZV406.

But the terminals on the ZV 406 for the zone valves cannot be used for the TT terminals on the SR...
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Posted By jetmx

Yeah, what happened? Are you still here rbeck? I...

Yeah, what happened? Are you still here rbeck? I was hoping to see the solution that fixed your problem.
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Posted By jetmx

I'm glad you got it working for now. Last...

I'm glad you got it working for now.

Last spring I tore out my old boiler. Right after I got it out I disembowled a deer with my sportster. 7 broken ribs and collar bone.

I am going on the 1...
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Posted By jetmx

Have you checked to see if the zone valves are...

Have you checked to see if the zone valves are opening? I'm not familier with White-Rodgers but usually there is a lever to manually open a ZV.

If there is a bypass installed make sure that it is...
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Posted By jetmx

It is also recommended to "not" install any kind...

It is also recommended to "not" install any kind of automatic bleeder while using a diaphramless tank.

I think it will bleed all of the air from the tank that is supposed to get compressed.
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Posted By jetmx

I'm going to butt in on this one due to some...

I'm going to butt in on this one due to some previous issues with my old system.

How much smaller (water content) is this new boiler than the old one?

Does the huge expansion tank have an old...
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Posted By jetmx

They do make 6" oval products. ...

They do make 6" oval products.

http://www.ventingpipe.com/display.cfm?categoryID=657

With some searching you can even find a 6" oval flex liner.

I recently installed a SS 6" 25' round flex...
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Posted By jetmx

Someone correct me if im wrong. But doesnt an...

Someone correct me if im wrong. But doesnt an expansion tank sort of act like a water hammer arrester also? If it does my first move would be to check the tank pressure and make sure it wasnt...
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Posted By jetmx

Awwwww man. Now that photo isnt funny anymore!!!

Awwwww man. Now that photo isnt funny anymore!!!
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Posted By jetmx

Nice plants !!!

Nice plants !!!
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Posted By jetmx

By taking a couple of pump measurements, the...

By taking a couple of pump measurements, the following doc will show what pump you have.

http://www.bellgossett.com/literature/files/4274.pdf
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Posted By jetmx

I used to have a B&G series 100 and an old 60....

I used to have a B&G series 100 and an old 60. The flanges shown on the pictures are different than the 100 or 60. I think that the following link is for this type of pump.

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12-31-07, 03:52 PM
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Posted By jetmx

I have a similar setup. But the main panel is the...

I have a similar setup. But the main panel is the garage, (where the service enters) and the house has a 200a sub. Per code the main had to have 2 8' rods connected together by 1 ground wire to the...
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Posted By jetmx

Thanks for your replies Who. Looks like those...

Thanks for your replies Who.
Looks like those galvanized fittings that have been sitting in my garage for about 5 yrs will never get used for anything.

In time I will put another scoop on the...
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Posted By jetmx

I could use black iron. I could twin another...

I could use black iron.

I could twin another tank off a tee near the other one. Although if I put it on the return it would be in a better location that is more out of the way of things and would...
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Posted By jetmx

Tank installation

It looks like I am going to have to add another expansion tank next summer. (I will be adding a zone for the garage and installing an indirect). I have a #60 flexcon installed at the time. It is...
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Posted By jetmx

Thanks again Trooper, I sort of figured them...

Thanks again Trooper,

I sort of figured them wells would be better installed flush. Sort of a crazy design. I ended up buying cast brass fittings that do look copperish. They are a slightly...
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Posted By jetmx

Temp probe well

Hi all,

I received some temp wells today. They are 3/4" soldier.
http://www.houseneeds.com/shop/HeatingProducts/HydronicHeating/Gauges/tempgaugepopup.asp?stype=j40704

I noticed that they will...
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Posted By jetmx

Thanks Trooper, Exactly what I needed. The...

Thanks Trooper,

Exactly what I needed. The Patriot site says that for the valve that I want (065B8924) it will be next day ship. Hopefully so.
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Posted By jetmx

Danfoss TV valve

After reading some threads on this forum I am convinced that using the Danfoss TV valve on the bypass is the ticket. It seems like they are hard to find. Does any online sites sell them?
03-20-07, 03:02 PM
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Posted By jetmx

Yep. Most definetly in the near future. I just...

Yep. Most definetly in the near future. I just plan on using the undercounter receptacle temporarily. Until everything is straightened out. Including putting the lights on their own circuit.
03-20-07, 02:25 PM
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Posted By jetmx

Thanks racraft. You've pretty much stated what I...

Thanks racraft. You've pretty much stated what I was expecting. I actually plan on using the receptacle under the countertop. Everything else in the kitchen (except the range, stove and dishwasher)...
03-19-07, 11:14 PM
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Posted By jetmx

Under the countertop.

Hi all. Got a few questons. I have been tracing and looking at the wiring in my house just to see what kind of condition its in. Under the kitchen countertop I have found a 20A single receptacle that...
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Posted By jetmx

The Burnam boilers sold by Alpine are definetly...

The Burnam boilers sold by Alpine are definetly not a bottom of the line boiler. You might find one cheaper. But remember you get what you pay for.
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