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  1. Thread: "A" vs "B" nozzles

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    Thanks Doc. Beckett recommends a HAGO .65 60...

    Thanks Doc. Beckett recommends a HAGO .65 60 B nozzle for my burner/boiler combination. Your chart sparked me to do some more research and I found the HAGO site that outlines their nozzles....
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    Thanks for the responses. My oil company was...

    Thanks for the responses. My oil company was responsive and sent out another tech to change the nozzle. I wish I could say that I was pleased by the experience, but unfortunately it turned out...
  3. Thread: "A" vs "B" nozzles

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    I think it was what was available on the truck,...

    I think it was what was available on the truck, as there were no performance issues with the burner. I noticed the red cap after he installed it (the prior nozzle had a blue cap), so I looked at the...
  4. Thread: "A" vs "B" nozzles

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    "A" vs "B" nozzles

    I have a Buderus G115-28 boiler with a Beckett AFG oil burner. It has always worked fine. The specs say to use a .65 X 60 degree B nozzle. The oil company tech was here today for the yearly...
  5. Thread: Mixing valve

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    I'm having an issue with a newly installed mixing...

    I'm having an issue with a newly installed mixing valve. I'm not sure they put piped it for a "heat trap". So I can be a little more informed when I call my installer, could someone define what a...
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    Dave, I'm from PA. Beenthere and Oil LPMan: ...

    Dave, I'm from PA.

    Beenthere and Oil LPMan: Thanks for the tips. The Honeywell AM-1 Series mixing valve is right above the tank (a little off to one side). I have well water with a water...
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    Update: They installed a Honeywell tempering...

    Update: They installed a Honeywell tempering valve off my Buderus hot water tank, as well as the separate circulator to supply the tank. The valve seems to work OK, but there is a complication. When...
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    Dave, They installed the tempering valve off...

    Dave,

    They installed the tempering valve off my Buderus hot water tank, as well as the separate circulator. The valve seems to work OK, but there is a complication. When set at 120 degrees (the...
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    r&mcc He will be installing a separate...

    r&mcc

    He will be installing a separate circulator and a tempering valve next week, at no extra charge. I am pleased that he is willing to make it right. He provided a lot of little "extras" at...
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    Dave, On the second picture down, is that a...

    Dave,

    On the second picture down, is that a flow check valve on the boiler water supply to the tank? My install did not have any flow checks installed, so I was wondering if one is needed both on...
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    Thanks for the feedback and tips. It appears...

    Thanks for the feedback and tips. It appears pretty certain that the zone valve is malfunctioning, letting hot boiler water into the tank when it is not called for.

    Dave, I like the idea of a...
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    I recently had a Buderus G115 boiler installed,...

    I recently had a Buderus G115 boiler installed, with a Buderus ST-150 40 gallon indirect hot water tank. The aquastat for the hot water tank is a Goldline SP-30D, one of the controls recommended by...
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