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07-19-17, 07:25 AM
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Posted By SmithFan

Gotcha, I see what your saying. Later I'll take...

Gotcha, I see what your saying. Later I'll take the rest of the insulation off and see where the person who replaced the old water filter did his cut (used to be an older one in the same spot) my...
07-18-17, 08:14 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 551
Posted By SmithFan

Yes, it's all copper. What part of the...

Yes, it's all copper. What part of the insulation do you want me to remove? I don't understand why any of the copper would have to be cut. All the fittings connecting the water filter are threaded.
07-18-17, 08:04 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 551
Posted By SmithFan

83208 There's a isolation valve before the...

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There's a isolation valve before the filter, the red one, and one you can't see traveling up the wall after the bib. The yellow you see is the makeup water shutoff for the boiler.
07-18-17, 07:37 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 551
Posted By SmithFan

How to remove whole house filter

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The bypass busted on this Dupont whole house filter so I bought an identical replacement for it. Went to change it out and realized when I spin the unit around the threads it loosens on one...
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Posted By SmithFan

One zone not getting hot - air locked?

I've attached a detailed picture. Basically the hot water drastically loses heat at the elbow I circled in the middle of the diagram causing that whole zone to not get warm. (Circulator is working...
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Views: 654
Posted By SmithFan

You'd be doing everyone a favor if you post some...

You'd be doing everyone a favor if you post some pictures of the boiler and the piping around it. Has the system ever worked properly or is this a new problem.?

Also, the downstairs rads should...
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Views: 2,077
Posted By SmithFan

Also, your pictures are a bit to close to see the...

Also, your pictures are a bit to close to see the whole system. What's that blue thing there? Is that water heater or an expansion tank? And your sure their are no individual shutoffs further up the...
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Views: 2,077
Posted By SmithFan

This should be pretty easy. Close the ball...

This should be pretty easy. Close the ball valve on the bottom, the one with the yellow handle, attach a hose to the drain spigot. Once you've done this, also open your fast fill valve to increase...
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Views: 2,077
Posted By SmithFan

Can you post some pictures of the boiler and the...

Can you post some pictures of the boiler and the piping around it?

Those bleeder's aren't going to help much. You need to actually purge the system. I just did it to mine and it wasn't...
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Views: 483
Posted By SmithFan

Thanks..That's kind of what I thought on both. ...

Thanks..That's kind of what I thought on both.
Not sure why they can't toss that information in the manual..At a minimum you'd think it's something the installer may even want to know.
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Views: 483
Posted By SmithFan

Boost Function & Parallel Shift

I have a Presitage Solo 110 boiler. Would someone be so kind as to explain the "boost function" and "parallel shift" function to me?

I understand the boost function essentially increases water...
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Views: 1,273
Posted By SmithFan

Generaltso, I have the same boiler and a somewhat...

Generaltso, I have the same boiler and a somewhat similar setup. Just curious if you noticed substantial fuel savings once you dialed in your ODR curve. Also curious what your curve Parameters are?
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Posted By SmithFan

Correct "cycles per hour" setting with outdoor reset curve?

I have a Triangletube solo 110 modulating condensing boiler with an outdoor reset that's currently configured to factory settings. There are two upstairs fin-tube zones and an infloor heating zone...
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Views: 2,083
Posted By SmithFan

Here's some better pics of the new rewiring and...

Here's some better pics of the new rewiring and piping

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Posted By SmithFan

48201 Mixing valve adding to infloor zone,...

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Mixing valve adding to infloor zone, piping is now primary/secondary. CO2/CO testing done and fine tuned. Fine job as far as I can tell!
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Views: 2,083
Posted By SmithFan

Update

Just wanted to post an update on this thread. As of today the boiler is being re-piped and the electrical is being redone. NJ trooper, your correct it was not piped primary/secondary. Also the...
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Views: 6,162
Posted By SmithFan

I'm no expert, but it seems for 2300 square feet...

I'm no expert, but it seems for 2300 square feet you'd want more than one zone. Seems like it would make sense to need more pressure to distribute the water over that amount of area.
02-11-14, 11:32 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 2,838
Posted By SmithFan

Soffits look like a lost cause, and there don't...

Soffits look like a lost cause, and there don't seem to be enough of them to make a difference. I would consider putting box vents lower on the roof to act as an intake, and then install a ridge...
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Views: 2,083
Posted By SmithFan

Thanks Trooper! I will pass the info along to my...

Thanks Trooper! I will pass the info along to my boiler guy and have him redo the piping so it is correct..
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Views: 2,083
Posted By SmithFan

NJTROOPER, so basically for this to be correct,...

NJTROOPER, so basically for this to be correct, the pumps need to be replaced with valves?

Basically, what needs to be changed to have this corrected?
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Views: 2,083
Posted By SmithFan

Yes, there is a Outdoor temp sensor. Not sure...

Yes, there is a Outdoor temp sensor. Not sure where the 24VAC Low Voltage wiring inside the boiler is.

A few updates however, NJTrooper, you mention my boiler is not setup "primary/secondary",...
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Views: 2,083
Posted By SmithFan

Yes, my best guess is the old boiler. This one...

Yes, my best guess is the old boiler. This one is new 2012.
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Views: 2,083
Posted By SmithFan

NJTROOPER, here is a pic of underneath the boiler...

NJTROOPER, here is a pic of underneath the boiler as requested:)

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Views: 1,083
Posted By SmithFan

What Is This Device on My Pressure Tank?

I just bought a new home in the country and I'm still getting familiar with my water system.

There is what looks to be a filter coming off of my pressure tank. I'm not sure what kind of filter it...
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