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ced48ced48 Member Posts: 382
moving water to keep them operating without false shut downs?


  • RichRich Member Posts: 2,129

    is there one that needs moving water ?
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  • ced48ced48 Member Posts: 382
    I Was Warned

    against putting one in a dead end, even with a vent-bad advise?
  • SWEISWEI Member Posts: 7,356
    It's about system temperature

    so a dead end is not going to read that very well, unless the LWCO has a probe long enough to get back into an active pipe (installed in the end of a tee, typically.)
  • ZmanZman Member Posts: 3,175
    The dead end..

    Could also plug up with sediment.
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  • rick in Alaskarick in Alaska Member Posts: 539
    dead end

    The dead end can also have an air pocket that can be hard to get out, which will make the control shut the system down since it is not covered with water.

    My 2 cents anyway.

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