Type: Posts; User: Noel Murdough
9 on the clenched sphincter scale?
Or no working vacuum breaker after the control valve...
That's a Laars Mighty Therm HH2200EN18KCACXX
Hydronic Heating, no pump, 2,200,000 BTUH, outdoor, natural gas, 2 stage firing, cast iron headers with copper tubes.
Colby Sawyer College.
Makes me feel better about my little F 350.
The next level of computer games: 3D Helicopter Laser Tag.
Check em out. I like these, as I have one without the tag feature. They're quick.
She walks like two bobcats in a burlap bag, but she ain't worth a pinch of coonshi+...
This clears things up, on the surface, at least.
He said that he still saved.
The HVAC company wanted an arm and a leg to service it.....
I was just waitin' for that ditty to come out.
If your ignitor checks OK, and the CO2 comes up exactly the same every time you fire it, change the board.
If your CO2 isn't steady, and at the same number every time you fire it (in high fire),...
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who flies around on private planes so as to tell larger numbers of people how they must live their lives in order to save the planet, wrote a column last year on the lack of...
"Where will Obama and his cronies retreat to if the rest of the country follows Massachusetts' lead? Where can they go to build their utopian world...
I wrote all of this just for a system like yours.
Let's look at the venting next. On a two pipe system, the mains all vent...
Don't believe everything that you read on the internet. Check your sources.
Fin-tube Radiation for Steam Heating
An expert tells us how to get the job done right.
....but right here on this forum.
Pictures help a LOT, especially of the boiler area.
I picture a 1940s One-Piper with a newer fin tube loop that ought to be piped Two-Pipe, and a condensate...
Not through the coil. See link for diagrams.
The radiators ARE the expansion tank.
Two wrongs don't make a right, but three lefts do.
Fix both problems at the same time.
By the way, I use a 007 on my indirect at home. It's steam.
Or just put it in upside down...
Boston is a big market...
A radiator connected across the top and bottom is a water radiator. A steam radiator is only connected across the bottom.
It matters not how you install them in a steam system.