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Boiler Not Keeping House Warm
Yes. I have doors that isolate the front entry vestibule (stairway) to the upstairs proper. These are always closed during winter.
I called the boiler installer and he had me set one of three dials from just below "5" to just above "5", then I set the other dial (aquastat) from 160 to 180 (he said this can go to 200 or 220). He said I can set it back down when it warms up a bit. He said if this does not work to give him a shout.
It's been over 40 minutes since I did that and it's gone up two degrees, from 60 to 62. The temp is set at 70. I have my fingers crossed that in the next hour I'm staring at 65 or 66. I really hate that it takes so long to pick up a degree or two.
Also, thank you so much to all who have taken the time to reply, it's deeply appreciated.
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