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  1. #1
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    You sure you didn't reset it?

    I went to an oil no heat today and the guy put a nozzle in himself but failed to close the 3/8 gap in the electrodes. When it fired holy hell!
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    Then found a nice hole!
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    Wow DIY...I went to one where the HO let his handyman change the nozzle with same result.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northfloridatech View Post
    Wow DIY...I went to one where the HO let his handyman change the nozzle with same result.....
    Ya that was half as bad as it was, I let it run again for a minute and really puffed. 2nd pic it's hard to tell but there's a big hole in cumb chamber, in the pic it looks like dirt or nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
    Ya that was half as bad as it was, I lwet it run again for a minute and really puffed. 2nd pic it's hard to tell but there's a big hole in cumb chamber, in the pic it looks like dirt or nothing.
    wow.....

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    I hope you charged him BIG! For making you have to change you underwear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
    I went to an oil no heat today and the guy put a nozzle in himself but failed to close the 3/8 gap in the electrodes. When it fired holy hell!
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    after a couple times of things blowing off the furnace i always inspect the combustion chamber for saturation before i fire it up. i have even had to strap the furnace and it's parts down before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snupytcb View Post
    after a couple times of things blowing off the furnace i always inspect the combustion chamber for saturation before i fire it up. i have even had to strap the furnace and it's parts down before.
    I should have known when the HO said he changed the nozzle already! He was gone so I took my chances.
    On the lighter side I heard a car wreck while I was outside getting fresh air, what I heard was " you ****ing muther ****ing retard you just hit my ****ing car you loser pos get a ****ing life". Then some back and forth same language and just screaming lol.

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