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white-rodgers 36C97 Type 203 cross -ref

jrod
jrod Member Posts: 4
Can anyone recommend a replacement for the neg pressure valve listed above

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  • Tim McElwain
    Tim McElwain Member Posts: 4,480
    I did not get these from a

    direct cross reference but I know they are negative pressure gas valves.



    White Rodgers 36E66-302



    Robertshaw 7200DERN-680



    Honeywell VK 8115



    What is the valve your looking to replace used on? That would be of some help. Most of these negative pressure gas valves we see on equipment today do not have an after market replacement but you must go direct to the supply house who sells the equipment and then hope they also stock parts. Otherwise you have to go directly to the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)
  • jrod
    jrod Member Posts: 4
    make and model update

    The boiler make and model is Trianco Heatmaker Model HW-M2-130N
  • Tim McElwain
    Tim McElwain Member Posts: 4,480
    I would get in touch

    with Laars as they now handle Heatmaker.

    What is your location?
  • jrod
    jrod Member Posts: 4
    thanks for all your input

    the job is located in Peekskill NY north of NYC
  • Tim McElwain
    Tim McElwain Member Posts: 4,480
    Laars will be able to

    get a replacemsnt for you.



    I was up your way this past summer doing a week of training.
  • jrod
    jrod Member Posts: 4
    resolution (I hope)

    tim , thanks again for your assistance. I inherited this job because the homeowner is a  friend. I was trying to help because the tech working on the boiler wasn't having much success. I'm told that he was actually in contact with the original designer of the boiler and even he couldn't help. My friend had no heat since thursday and was desperate so I took the hour ride to go have a look for myself. As I followed the flow charts it was time to check the gas pressure and lo and behold the burner fired when i flipped the switch back on ( didn't even want to disconnect the manometer) . I stayed for a few hours while the pipes thawed and burner cycled many times .Sometimes it's better to be lucky than smart, the other guy seemed to check all the right things.  I think we'll order the gas valve just to be safe.
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