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    Need help finding a U tube manometer supplier

    Hello everyone! I need to purchase a manometer to check gas pressure and purge fan pressure for a hydrotherm pulse boiler. The manual recommends a U type manometer which is kind of hard for me to obtain. On e-bay there is a digital pressure manometer and an inclined manometer, Can I use either of these to check the gas and fan pressure? If not can you guys help me locate a U tube manometer? Thanks!

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    If it was me, i would spring for the digital one. Dwyer makes a good one but it's a little pricey. I think I've seen mark beiser post pics using one here. If you need the U tube type, I think yellow jacket still sells one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buddy10297 View Post
    Hello everyone! I need to purchase a manometer to check gas pressure and purge fan pressure for a hydrotherm pulse boiler. The manual recommends a U type manometer which is kind of hard for me to obtain. On e-bay there is a digital pressure manometer and an inclined manometer, Can I use either of these to check the gas and fan pressure? If not can you guys help me locate a U tube manometer? Thanks!
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    scary,,one post,doesnt own a manometer and wants to tear into a boiler

    sir call a dealer

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    Quote Originally Posted by ch4man View Post
    scary,,one post,doesnt own a manometer and wants to tear into a boiler

    sir call a dealer
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    Quote Originally Posted by comfortdoc View Post
    Yep and it's a Hydrotherm.
    I'm not a wethead so please explain the joke. are they a pain to mess with?
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    Hydrotherm pulse boiler, almost cousin to lennox pulse furnace same type of combustion and yep the can be a pain. Some say the spark plugs in lennox pulse are difficult to remove but just try to get a rusted hydropulse spark plug removed Most hydropulses in this area have been replaced with something else.

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    Hydrotherm Pulse

    Just pull your fingernails out with pliers. It will be less painful than working on that boiler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jodimart View Post
    This is the most logical place to turn to.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by GradyWhite244 View Post
    Just pull your fingernails out with pliers. It will be less painful than working on that boiler.
    I think awhile back someone else worded a statement exactly like that except it was in reference to a lennox pulse I believe.
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