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Ideas on Quieting a Carlin EZ Gas Conversion Burner
Good Morning, I am curious if anyone has suggestions on how to quiet down the Carlin EZ Gas burner connected to my W-M SGO-3 steam boiler. The burner has a very low pitched rumble to it and it carries throughout the house. It sounds very much like an oil burner....just a lot louder and "rumbly"
To clarify, I think the noise itself is being generated from the combustion process, I do not think there is anything wrong with the motor because when the motor is running pre and post purge, it sounds like a normal electric motor. The burner does NOT have a cover on it, but I dont think this would make much difference if the noise is not directly from the burner/motor housing
Perhaps this is just the nature of the beast? Can this noise be exascerbated by improper setup or tuning? Boiler is in the basement of a two story house. When in the first floor there's no mistaking the noise...and when you are on the second floor you can hear it if you are listening for it. In my experience with other homes this is a bit unusual...basically my second floor noise level is other home's first floor noise level
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