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tony Ctony C Posts: 1Member
where would you even find these books for these types of questions.
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  • Joe HJoe H Posts: 15Member


    technical questions any help would be appreciated

    1 the maximum gas pressure that can be supplied to a water heater gas valve is ___ water column
    27.6"
    7"
    13.8"
    2 the manifold gas pressure for all water heaters is
    A the same
    B different depending on fule types
    C regulated by the gas valve
    D both B and C
    E both A and B
    3 pressure readings in a power vent water heater vent are made using a ________
    a slack tube or a digital manometer
    4 The primary combustion products of burning natural or propane gas are heat,carbon dioxide and
    A water
    B vapor


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  • bobbob Posts: 552Member ✭✭✭
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    13.8" , D , Draft gauge , the last one is a trick question , I would say A&B
    bob
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  • J.C.A.J.C.A. Posts: 2,981Member
    Read the books !

    We ain't here to take your tests for you! Chris
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  • JohnboyJohnboy Posts: 35Member


    wow.....another potential Wallie has been blasted right off the map. He was just asking a simple question. Not sure why I even lurk here anymore.
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  • stevesteve Posts: 33Member


    14" is the max pressure in wc. B and C is #2. A manometer is what you measure differential pressures with. And finally the byproducts of combustion include water vapor.
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