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Posted by pete on December 13, 2007 at 21:10:59:
Heatpro I was looking at all the electrical and wiring diagrams for my peerless residential boiler. It has no low limit switch that you can set for boiler to heat up just to stay hot. It only runs when it needs to (a call for heat in one of the zones) There is a honeywell aquastat on it with a dial setting on it that is set at 195 degree. That seems to be when the boiler starts up give or take 5-10 degrees, and its a call for heat. I cannot find no place where there is a adjustment for how hot you want the boiler to heat up to. Do you buy those aquastats with a built in heat set point, like mine shuts off a 215 degrees? If not tell me where a adjustable setting would be? I am not going to change anything just want to know for future reference.
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