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  • Big-Al Big-Al @ 12:55 PM
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    Need Help With Honeywell Relay

    The main control relay on my Burnham IN-5 boiler started buzzing loudly this weekend.  I replaced it with one from the old boiler I took out last year, and it's working quietly again.  I'd like to get a brand new relay, but I can't find the exact match on any of the online supply house sites and the cross-reference information I can find is confusing.

    This is the bad one:
    Honeywell R8222K 1000, 24V 50/60 HZ

    It appears to be a simple 2-pole normally open relay with just 4 terminals . . . 2 coil terminals and 2 contact terminals . . . but maybe it has an internal resistor or something.

    There seems to be a lot of general-purpose R8222 relays out there, most of them with extra terminals I won't use.  For example, the R8222 D 1014 seems like it would plug right in, but the solenoid coil looks larger, perhaps higher wattage.  Could somebody clue me in on what would work?  
    This post was edited by an admin on April 1, 2013 2:14 PM.
  • Paul48 Paul48 @ 3:34 PM
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    This One?

    http://titaniccontrols.com/honeywell-r8222k1000-spst-relays-great-price/
    Sorry, I see that's a 1014....but that's what comes back for the search.
    This post was edited by an admin on April 1, 2013 3:37 PM.
  • Paul48 Paul48 @ 3:44 PM
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  • unclejohn unclejohn @ 4:11 PM
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    If it looks

    Like the relay in Pauls first post go to a local supply house and ask for a 90-340 relay or just bring the old one in. Make sure you have the retaining wire that keeps the relay in place.
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