Type: Posts; User: Jims understudy
where im from we use threaded rod to support the unit.....love the chain
the fill valve will automatically keep the boiler pressure at 12 lbs at least b&g valves do,too much pressure will cause relief valve to pop,you need a tech!
were forgetting something in this box,ah screw it who needs a disconnect tie the wires together and let someone be suprized or zapped:eek:
I've run into several bradford-white units like this myself. had plenty of problems with bradford-white recently usually the sealed burner compartment style, replaced many gas valves on these units;)
what part of the chicago burbs are you from, i also work in the n/w suburbs of chicago?
at least they used unistrut,and its supported so well:eek: thats really bad good luck with that mess
my dumba$$ company would quote a new unit and put it the same spot :D
they say your a goodman dealer diceman if so you seem to the right person to ask, so is what there telling me at tech support seem right??? model#gmpn100-4 and year of furnace is 1999
yeah, I did think of that so I already shortened the tube and made sure there was no belly in the tube to hold water
solder probably weighed more than the valve your holding
I was recently on a service call, it was a sunday night overtime call on a goodman high eff. furnace. cust. was gone all day and when they got home the furnace was out. of course it was -4 here in...
Dangerous is an understatement the pilot flame also gives off c.o gas which is the reason for the hood w/tube lucky someone wasn,t killed by the looks of that unit, that kind of stuff makes real...