Joined on November 23, 2012
Last Post on March 21, 2014
@ January 12, 2014 11:27 PM in "Normal" pressure and temp?Is way to high. Turn it off and call somebody.to check it out. And stay away from the relief valve.
@ January 12, 2014 11:19 PM in Furnace downfired itselfTo force all the heat either up or down.
@ January 10, 2014 9:04 PM in Viessmann Vitodens 200 or Triangle tube prestige soloAbout the TT being oversized add a buffer tank.
@ January 9, 2014 8:33 AM in How do i get this downWould you get rid of that? Seriously I would first call in a asbestos Co. and have it tested. I had an old boiler that had asbestos around it and the co. came in and wrapped it up in plastic and had I'm not kidding, 10 guys carry it out in one piece.
@ January 8, 2014 11:25 PM in Viessmann Vitodens 200 or Triangle tube prestige soloGo with the TT 110 especially if your adding the indirect.
@ January 8, 2014 11:15 PM in Honeywell "Smart Valve"- SV9541- test procedure to confirm it's bad?You get a atta boy.
@ January 7, 2014 10:05 AM in 90% furnacesBut my guess is it's just a vent line and not sensing pressure. Carrier is using the same valve on there 80% & 90% single stage and the instructions say on the 80% that the tapping for the hose does not need to be sealed.
@ January 7, 2014 9:58 AM in prolem with lennox pulse furnaceBut are you sure that the air flapper is installed faceing the right way. I only ask because the directions that come with the kit talk about the "kidney shaped holes" faceing one way or the other and I saw nothing that resembeled a kidney on that air flapper. So after several no light offs I turned it around and it worked just fine.
@ January 4, 2014 7:55 PM in UPC TG9S FurnaceYour vent system. Will it run with the air in pipe removed. Will it run with the vent pipe removed. If it runs with one or the other pipe removed check that pipe for crude in the pipe., Are you recirculating vent gas into you air in pipe?. Some of those furnaces had a restricter plate on the outlet of the secondary if it's deteriorated you may be recycling combustion gas.
@ January 4, 2014 7:45 PM in Weathermaker 8000 popping/clicking noiseIt's not your EAC?
@ January 4, 2014 7:39 PM in What happen?On Auto. It's wired to an outlet that powers up on a call from any zone. So no call from the zones no power to pump. The TT pump circulates through buffer tank only.
@ January 4, 2014 5:47 PM in What happen?A Grunfos Alph with is supposed to adjust its flow rate. Was just wondering why it seems to have changed so drastically in the middle of the season? When that zone called earlyer in Sept.it was pumping maybe 1 gpm.
@ January 4, 2014 5:41 PM in Low heat from hydronic baseboard radiatorsTo me like the arrows are pointing toward each other which may be correct if you w2ant to force water down but the piped appear to be pointingup. Also the distancee between the tee's should be the same as the lenth of baseboard. 48" of BB 48" between tees.
@ January 4, 2014 5:27 PM in Trane xe 90Also the furnace that had faulty connections on the yellow wires to the limit switch? Seems like it was the 9 wire plug that was the culprit.
@ January 4, 2014 5:18 PM in SR 504 exp 4 zone switching relayGreen light normally means the vavle is powered and the red normally means it's fully open. Is the pump running?
@ January 4, 2014 5:10 PM in What happen?This heating season I added a buffer tank to a seven zone system that is a mixture of cooper fin baseboard and raditors. I have a TT solo 110 and taco 3 wire zone valves. All is well and heating fine. When I first started the system this winter with BT I noticed that the alph 15-55 pump was moving much less water. With all zones calling befor the Buffer tank install I was moving 5 gal per min. After BT I was down to 3 GPM. Which I figured was less resistance. Now I'm up to 6 GPM with all zones and 3 with a single zone that has 2 eight foot BB and one small under the window rad 4 section. I pulled the pump this afternoon and found nothing in the impeller. Why the change in GPM?
@ January 2, 2014 10:41 PM in Where Did My Condensate Go?Dew point for nat. gas is 136*F I think or close to it. Is your return water temp above that?