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    Student Question

    My instructor at school asked us to find out what this component was. All he said was that it had to do with heating so I was hoping somebody would be able to tell me what it is
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    A bellows??

    I cant tell

    Could it be a nozzle or an orifice?

    I have never seen an oil burner.

    Could it be an oil burner nozzle???

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    that is not an oil burner nozzle it might be the sparker for a Lennox plus furnace but i have never taken on out before it looks more like a spark plug

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    does it move?

    is it pliable?

    I'd go with _spud
    It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattt787 View Post
    that is not an oil burner nozzle it might be the sparker for a Lennox plus furnace but i have never taken on out before it looks more like a spark plug
    Not that, it's a flux capacitor dumbasses!


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    its got like a spring on the outside part of it that flexes, so a bellows then?

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    Flux capacitor it is!!!

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    Quick OP run and tell doc you found it!


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    Or go back in time using the flux capacitor and
    Replace the aforementioned flux capacitor with a thermocouple?

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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    Or go back in time using the flux capacitor and
    Replace the aforementioned flux capacitor with a thermocouple?
    Nice! Now he will pass the test, unless he can't figure out what that is.


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    Alright so flux capacitor, go back in time with doctor brown, get an old thermocouple, come back, pass test. Sounds about right to me

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    So to answer the question it's a thermocouple.


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    Its a reverse johnson ocsillator****

    JASON sent this from his DUMB-PHONE

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