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Oil boiler turning on almost every time I use ~1Gal+ of hot water
I have W-M WGO4 boiler for steam heat (QB180 series 2 oil burner gun) with indirect 60 gallon water heater. Water heater is set to 125F with 5 degree variation (I think that is the maximum setting). On the boiler, I think, the thermostat is set to 160F (Honeywell unit).
Seems like every time I use about 1 gallon plus of water, the boiler fires up for short period of time. I feel the boiler is cycling just way too much. Any tips what I can do to tune it a bit?
I know boiler is out of tune, since the last service person (before house was sold to us) just jacked up all the pressures etc. I dialed down the cut-in PSIs for the steam heat and immediately saw improvement in efficiency and speed of house warming up. So figured for water heating side there is something out of whack.