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05-12-09, 10:43 AM
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Replace thermocouple. HomeDepot carries them and...

Replace thermocouple. HomeDepot carries them and they are relatively cheap.
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That Honeywell S8600M intermittent spark pilot...

That Honeywell S8600M intermittent spark pilot gas ignition control is a single trial only unit. That means the pilot will try to light only once and if that fails it will go into lockout mode. In...
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Great pics and you have been a great contributor...

Great pics and you have been a great contributor to this forum with your excellent questions leading up to this install. Hope all goes well and keep the pics coming.
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007 F5 can be purchased at Home Depot and...

007 F5 can be purchased at Home Depot and Grainger.
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Yes, slowly drain some water out.

Yes, slowly drain some water out.
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You may want to check the pressure reducing...

You may want to check the pressure reducing valve/fill valve. This valve is connected to the city water line and provides makeup water for boiler. The valve may be leaking through and overpressuring...
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I can't tell if there is an automatic air vent on...

I can't tell if there is an automatic air vent on top of the American Air Purger. If there isn't one, please install one. The valve connecting the expansion tank to the system might not be safe if...
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There is also an indirect water heater involved...

There is also an indirect water heater involved and if you "manually" lower the aquastat setting to what you specify, it would take forever to heat the domestic water to say 140 degrees.
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You could try adding flow checks for the three...

You could try adding flow checks for the three zones after the pumps before the return.
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I placed a valve in line with the expansion tank...

I placed a valve in line with the expansion tank and just removed the handle and wire tied it next to the valve.
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If it is just a single zone and no indirect, you...

If it is just a single zone and no indirect, you can remove the SR503 and wire the burner and circulator from the l8124a aquastat. Make sure the low limit and high limit are set correctly.
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Was the indirect on priority?

Was the indirect on priority?
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Bob, I wish I could comment but those pictures...

Bob, I wish I could comment but those pictures really hurt my feelings. That is truly a crime and they should not get away with what they did.

This is why I did my boiler install...
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Thanks Trooper, I think there are times that I...

Thanks Trooper, I think there are times that I will not need to supply 180 degree water to the baseboards. I don't have an outdoor reset. The aquastat is an L8148A and I need the 180 degree boiler...
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Thanks NJ. Space was a concern. It is a bit...

Thanks NJ. Space was a concern. It is a bit tight, but I can get to what I need back there.

As far as the bypass goes, I know that a globe on the supply side is preferred, but the bypass globe...
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Posted By rupert326

Click on the links in the previous post.

Click on the links in the previous post.
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The preferred way would be to have the circulator...

The preferred way would be to have the circulator on the supply side with the expansion tank and air eliminator right before it.

Here is some good reading...
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Photobucket link to album

should be working now. Sorry.
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Cool Updated Install Pics

Here are some updated installation pictures of my Buderus boiler and Indirect water heater.

http://s61.photobucket.com/albums/h76/rupdog326/Boiler%20Install%20Finished/
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[quote=NJ Trooper;1427734]I'd like to see more...

[quote=NJ Trooper;1427734]I'd like to see more pics ... wider angle ...

I do have a question.

What's the pipe going into the bottom of the flow check valves for ?

I will take more wider...
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Posted By rupert326

New Buderus G124X Install

Here are some pics of my Buderus boiler install. I will also be installing a Buderus ST150 indirect water heater. As you can see, installation is not complete.

All comments, questions and...
04-20-08, 11:28 AM
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Posted By rupert326

Thumbs up Thank you so much. That was a great find.

Thank you so much. That was a great find.
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The correct spelling of the car's name is...

The correct spelling of the car's name is Infiniti.
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Mine is pretty much run the same way and also...

Mine is pretty much run the same way and also tends to freeze during extremely cold weather. Running the fan for a while does free the outdoor flapper. My outdoor flapper is plastic and the fan has...
11-20-07, 08:27 PM
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Posted By rupert326

Where are you located? I just purchased one from...

Where are you located? I just purchased one from a Home Depot in Nanuet, NY. You can also have the Home Depot nearest you order them. They go like hotcakes.
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