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I was trying to give him simplicity. The more he goes into the controls the higher the odds he starts to medel with features. I can't find in the manual how to get that display. He has a 2011 model
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Thanks for the input…FYI been installing residential steam since 1979….That piping is perfect
do i hook up the electrical for the sytem pipe/ system pipe to zone, or boiler loop? and what sppe should my 15-58 be drt got?
why is 1 pump better for the sytem and boiler loop ?
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would you mind if i asked you a question?
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