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Posted by Brian Halliday on October 02, 2006 at 13:17:47:
Hope you guys can help me again.
I have a Trianco Heatmaker "H" MK2 that was installed in 1999, but built about 1995 or 1996. When the contractor installed the boiler, they used 100,000 btu gas and air orifices. The house is very well insulated and has excellent windows - very low heat loss. I have one zone on the main floor (two bedrooms, great room, one bath and kitchen)that continues to a loft with one 10' length of baseboard. I measured it out at about 65' of baseboard on this zone. The second zone is basement, which is rarely used.
My problem is short cycling. This boiler may be reconfigured to use 60,000 btu input and I can buy the orifice kit from TriancoHeatmaker.com. My question is: given the installation is simple, is this something I can do myself? Or, will I need some diagnostic tools to measure exhaust gas content?
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