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Posted by Bill H on December 17, 2005 at 01:16:46:
I have a totally new heating system in my home. Burnham 2 series, 12 section boiler. I 5 zones. 2 for baseboard heating (2nd floor), 1 zone for coil for hydro air (1st fl), 1 zone for 119 gl storo tank, and the last zone feeds the manifold for 5 radiant zones.
First question is simple, do I have too many different types of hydronic sytems on 1 boiler?
Secondly, I have a problem keeping the temp constant on the radiant feed. He has the mixing valve being cooled down by the return loop instead of cold water. Is that a problem? I can not get the bathroom temp higher than 68 degrees. With the thermostat calling for 72, my boiler will keep kicking on to satisfy?
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