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Posted By NJ123

Just to complete the story. Verizon came by...

Just to complete the story. Verizon came by today, agreed with my diagnosis, and gave me a new router, which immediately fixed the problem. All machines happily accessing the internet,...
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Posted By NJ123

Thanks Zorfdt - you and I are on the same page. ...

Thanks Zorfdt - you and I are on the same page.

A key fact: when you access the network, Verizon assigns you an IP address. If you disconnect, Verizon waits roughly an hour before re-assigning...
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Posted By NJ123

Thanks very much, hedgeclippers, for taking time...

Thanks very much, hedgeclippers, for taking time to make the various suggestions. Some I had already done and some are not really relevant to what I am trying to understand.

Again, the router...
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Thanks for the welcome! I probably should've...

Thanks for the welcome!

I probably should've been more concise. My question wasn't really focused on the router or on wireless. For some reason the router isn't working, which got me...
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Posted By NJ123

Internet connection without router

Hi. I could use some help understanding what I'm seeing. I have:

Verizon FIOS Internet: The optical fiber terminates in a box ("ONT") mounted outside the house. From there a standard 8-wire...
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Posted By NJ123

After a wait of a few days for the part (long...

After a wait of a few days for the part (long story), I replaced the temp limit switch and all is working normally.

Just posting to express my appreciation, NJ Trooper, for all your help, both...
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Posted By NJ123

In that 240 deg incident my first priority was...

In that 240 deg incident my first priority was getting things shut down. By the time I had done that, and with the pressure relief valve in operation, it's possible that the pressure was lower when...
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Posted By NJ123

No, not at all. And in fact even now, if I pull...

No, not at all. And in fact even now, if I pull the connector from the temp limit switch before the temp gauge reaches 200 and reconnect it when it has cooled down some, everything appears normal.
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Posted By NJ123

I missed the link, sorry. Yes, that looks like...

I missed the link, sorry. Yes, that looks like the unit.

Probably a silly question, but just to be on the safe side: I assume that the long probe on the unit doesn't actually come in direct...
01-12-13, 05:00 PM
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Posted By NJ123

Absolutely not, as the others have said. In...

Absolutely not, as the others have said.

In addition: The others have explained how to measure CURRENT by placing the leads of the multimeter in series with a load. But based on your question,...
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Posted By NJ123

Thanks for the replies, guys. Model...

Thanks for the replies, guys.

Model CGA-5-PIDN. Series 1.

Control is stamped Honeywell but no model number is visible.

I see a single screw, on TOP of the switch. There's only about 4"...
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Posted By NJ123

Temperature limit switch on Weil-McLain CGa boiler appears bad

I have a hot-water baseboard heating system with a Weil-McLain CGa boiler; two zones.

Yesterday I heard boiling sounds from the baseboard units. When I checked the system I found the temperature...
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