Posted by John C. on December 26, 2000 at 10:28:36:
My oil burner has a White Rodgers Constant Ignition Primary Control, 668-430. I want to replace it as the relay within the controller has become faulty.
When I search on the net for a constant ignition primary control, I find nothing. I did find something on the Honeywell web site that indicates that a constant ignition controller can be replaced by an intermittent.
Is this true? Or are they full of hot air?
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