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Posted by Greg on December 09, 2007 at 12:20:43:
In Reply to: Re: 2 issues, possibly related... posted by HeatPro on December 09, 2007 at 11:28:02:
: ++ Yes. However, if there are air vents near the return, air can be sucked in when the pressure drops to cause water dumping from the relief. It is a possibility,
OK. Over the past 36 hrs, I've gotten very little water out of the safety valve.
: It is a 'get-away-with-it' idea that can not be done with stronger pumps in commercial at all.
Presumably because the stronger pumps create a larger pressure differential?
I'm still concerned about the difference in gauge temp vs aquastat setpoint... specifically, I suppose that I'm worried that the aquastat is deteriorating, and that a hard failure could occur with dire consequences...What's a good way to meausure the temp in the boiler?
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