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Webster Burner Problems

JStarJStar Posts: 2,349Member ✭✭✭
Got a Webster dual-fuel burner operating only on oil right now. I've got chattering oil solenoid valves. If I remove the valves from the electrical terminal strip, I get a solid 120V. If I add just one solenoid back, still 120V. As soon as both valves are in the circuit, they chatter and lock out the control. If I jump power to the valves, they both open.

The burner was "guaranteed not to have been under flood water during Hurricane Sandy" by the original installers. But, one look at this burner, and you can see al of the screws rusted out and white chalk everywhere.

I'll be on the phone with factory rep tomorrow morning. Any ideas in the meantime?
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