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Posted by marc on September 08, 2004 at 10:19:21:
from what I understand, the colder it gets the warmer the water in the boiler has to be. So I am guessing a boiler has an adjustement valve in order to set the temp of the water heated by the burners right ?
I know there are some outdoor sensors for that but my boiler is not equipped with such a device. To what degree should I set the burner to raise the temp of the water to?
I live in Quebec, Canada so it gets cold in winter. I guess I could adjust the temp depending on the wether (warmer in witer than in fall)
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