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My steam boiler (Dunkirk) has been occasionally not firing, here is what happens. Thermostat calls and opens damper, then nothing. If I turn the power to the unit on and off a couple of times, or run the thermestat up and down a couple of times the boiler will "take off", and cycle for a couple of days with out fail, then it will get hung up and it's usually in the middle of the night. At first I thought it may be a loose connection and tightened all connections, no dice, I then thought it may be the IP control which was a Honeywell "Non 100% Shutoff IP NG only" Model number S8600F-1000 which I replaced with a Honeywell S8610U-1003 (old one now obsolete) worked well for a week and I thought my $100 was well spent until this past weekend when the problem returned. I turned, again, to loose conections and thought I had found one I missed before the boiler cycled good all night but was off again this am. Do you have a direction to send me in?