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Tiger loop acting up?

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it is normal in system that is air free, and if new style bottom chamber can fill but upper chamber should not which means that something failed in the Tigerloop and it needs replacing.

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  • Rich Ferris
    Rich Ferris Member Posts: 72
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    Tiger loop acting up?

    I'm trying to figure out what has caused the tiger loop I installed for a customer last year to fill up completely. I've seen this in the field and usually they are quite old and are not functioning. The boiler is running and this customer usally checks this area because of past boiler problems and he just noticed it today. I'm trying to find out if there is something I can do or just replace it. I have to go out there and do the annual tune up which is usually semi-annual with this M/M Gold. There is a underground tank and the burner is about 15 Ft away and 1 3/8 line for the supply.

    Thanks,

    Rich
  • Rich Ferris
    Rich Ferris Member Posts: 72
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    Yea, it's the new style

    It is the new style. I've been there a quite a few times for the boiler issues and the tiger loop has been working perfectly. I'm trying to find out what causes this condition to help avoid it in the future.

    thanks,

    Rich
  • radioconnection_2
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    My Tigerloop is an S220-8. Instruction sheet says oil in top chamber indicates a defective unit that should be replaced.

    Pete
  • Bruce Stevens
    Bruce Stevens Member Posts: 133
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    Pete

    I think he is looking for the reason it fails but the literature does not go into detail. So if you find out why Rich let us in on the secret.
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