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riello air damper
in Oil Heating
anybody change the new air dampers on the riello f40 residential burners. any tricks or info on changing out. thanks
are you talking
the motorized air shutter? Haven't had any problems as of yet. The hydaulic jack type would weep some after time. Is that what you mean?0
no the new electric operated air dampers0
The ones I have
out there have been working fine. They do need to be wired right0
ChasMan Member Posts: 459Electronic shutter.
Was it recently redesigned? I know no one has an issue with them except they wear out and you slap a new one on for 150.00 every couple of years when they start spinning round and round.
In my case, that switch held the burner on untill it went off on high limit. It was a bear to troubleshoot it too. I jumped it out and removed it. I'd be willing to replace it if Reillo redesigned it.
After opening it up and disecting it, it is by far the worst piece of electrical crap I have ever seen. Those 2.00 light switches they sell for residential are made better. They are not safe in my opinion.
If you do use one, make sure to power it after all the safety's and make sure you trust your high limit control. You may need it.0
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