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Posted by Kraig on March 06, 2008 at 17:17:02:
We have a cleaver brooks boiler. To get it started when it is cold you must bleed some oil from the oil lines between the control valve and the burner. There is a electrically actuated valve that will not allow oil to reach the burner unless it goes through a purge, but you can bypass that at any time by opening a ball valve. If this ball valve is left open after ignition and the boiler shuts down, it will still dump oil in the boiler. If it is bumped open it will dump oil into the boiler. Is this a common system to have on a #6 oil fired burner?
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