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Posted by PeteB on January 18, 2004 at 09:20:20:
I told my service man I wasn't getting enough heat (the rooms never got warmer than 63 degrees after being set to 70 all along on cold days). I have a Buderus G215/4 with a Riello F5.
He came in and changed the nozzle from a 120 60w to a 125 80WB. Said it should help.
1. He just pulled one out and popped the other in. Should he have measured something afterwards, like pressure, angle, smoke?
2. Will the new nozzle make a difference? Is there a more powerful one that would be better?
3. He also mentioned cranking up the temp to 200 (it was set to 180), so I did that. What effect does this have? Can it go higher for better heating? (Energy efficiency is nice, but less important than a warm cozy house).
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