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    Beckett Heat manager

    I was looking for ways to save money on a oil boiler's fuel cost and ran across a Beckett Heat Manager that claims it guarantees 10% savings up to 20% savings on fuel usage. I was just wondering if anyone has used these and what kind of actual results you got from it.
    thanks

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    i think the concept is great but have heard alot of bad things about the beckett. i guess they are not reliable at all. i know i have removed a few at the home owners request. there is another manufacturer of this type of control but i can't think of it right now. tekmar maybe? as beenthere said, an odr would be the ideal way to go, but it may cost a little more.

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    Never had an issue with one here in the northeast.
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    I haven't seen a new HeatManager in awhile, they've been incorporated into the Beckett Aquasmart.


    http://www.beckettcorp.com/Product2/...sp?detailid=35

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