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Munchk service

Floyd_50
Floyd_50 Member Posts: 8
I inherited a couple of these and they have not been serviced in the 6 or so years since they were installed...
Question is...do I need any gaskets, service kit, or any such things in my hands before I yank the burner and check out wear and tear, clean out crap, etc...
Also what should I be looking for as to potential future problems..

Thanks!!

Floyd

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  • troy_8
    troy_8 Member Posts: 109
    Munchkin service

    I would take with me a Refractory,target wall,burner gasket,blower gaskets. Not to mention a spark electrode and a flame rectifier. If it is 6 years old it ptobably has the old blinker board. The 925 control upgrade is a great idea if they will spend the money.
  • Derheatmeister
    Derheatmeister Member Posts: 1,280


    I had one a couple weeks ago that had not been service in years. it was pretty Nasty!! even the Combustion was dialed in.. I did not need any gaskets,.. but the rubber hose that connects to the Bottom of the chamber( Condensate drain) was deteriorated and in need of replacement.

    I had ordered the kit before Tearing into this one..

    I took the Hole chamber and soaked it with CLR and a brush and credit card in the slots and cleaned it in my tub..It is actually not a small job!! Hope this Helps.. Heatmeister..
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