Steam boiler controls???
Does anyone know what controls a oil fired steam boiler? What controls the temperature, and does the low water cut off come build on to the boiler?
Dude ...you do not need to be within 10 feet of a steam boiler.
Originally Posted by Vinpadalino
I agree, this is not a DIY site. Call a contractor!
By your profile, your in the trade.
Sorry, this is not a DIY site. So we are not allowed to give out advise of this nature. In the open forums.
Since answering your question in the open Residential Forums would be posting instruction for DIYers that may read this post later.
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We have boiler forums, where these questions can be answered in detail. But you must be a pro member to access that forum.
Dang. Took me 3 minutes to type that.
BT, thanks, it's hard to do that from a BlackBerry
Originally Posted by HeyBob
3 minutes ?
It looks just like the last umpteen dozen you put on all the other threads...... or am I just dreaming ? (AIGF)
Thanks for being there though.
If sense were so common everyone would have it !
Any advice provided is worth exactly what you paid for it, not a penny more not, a penny less !!
Ok, I might have been exaggerating.
Originally Posted by CCIKelly
Actually. I have 2 different versions of that.
OK Thanks any way. There must be an Aqustat control that is set at 212 degrees, that shuts the burner off. I'm guessing the low water cut off is mounted on the boiler too. The thermostat is wired to TT on the primary control. I'm only asking because there is only about 1 in every 100 houses that have steam were I live.
Follow my instructions in post 4.
After you are accepted.
You can ask in the pro tech forum. And find out before you harm someone.
Because you don't know how steam boilers and their controls work.
What is a DIY site?
Originally Posted by beenthere
Do It Yourself.
Meaning, home owners that do their own repairs or installs instead of hiring a contractor.