Posted by jtown on September 26, 2001 at 06:52:09:
In Reply to: Burner flames posted by Shane Ottens on September 26, 2001 at 04:35:56:
You should get a decent book from interlibrary loan or wherever. There is probably things you aren't checking well as in chimney, ventilation etc. The flames are usually pretty even. You don't say what you have. The brass nuts are the orifice spuds that set the firing rate. They can get plugged, but rare. You can switch them, if you clean it. Make sure the burners are in right and there wasn't one that was made different to be in the center. Maintenance - download a manual from your manf'r or a similar from weil-mclain.com or burnham.com. You are roasting the thermocouple with too much heat, re-align or turn down the flame. Clocking the meter will check your input (pressure).
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