The horror of (Triangle Tube Prestige Installation)


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Old 01-08-11, 05:20 PM
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Originally Posted by ErikEHanson
Could fluctuations in the inlet gas pressure be causing this?
Inlet to what? Your gas fuel valve has a pressure regulator built into it.
 
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Old 06-23-11, 11:51 AM
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My prestige triangle tube boiler was flooded (lower part of, control panel)

I have a prestige triangle tube boiler that was brand new and never hooked up (yet) and the lower part of it (where the electronics/control panel is) was flooded (about 6" of it).

Anybody know if I should fire it up (try it out) or not? I've been told by a few heating contractors that since it was not connected (ever hooked up) and "on" when it flooded it's worth a try.

Another heating contractor says that it could be dangerous as the gas could get stuck and cause a fire.

Does anyone know if I can just replace the electronic parts below (in lower part) and what all I should replace there (only the bottom 6" or so flooded).

Thanks! ;-x) - Virginia in Stanwood, WA
 
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Old 06-23-11, 03:18 PM
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OK, I messed up... moved the wrong post to here and now can not move it back... would mod please re-route this thread back to the boiler forum ? Thanks...
 
 

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