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Burnham independence boiler - pressure gasket settings
First of all, forgive the ignorance regarding heating, but I need a little help. We have a 3 year old independence boiler. Was serviced last year. Working great. My husband noticed the water level was a bit low and turned on the supply to add water, as we have since its install,without issue. This time he forgot to turn it off and came back up from the basement. After about 30 minutes, we had water spewing from the radiators on the first floor.
We turned off the supply and began draining.
But, my husband decided to play with the gaskets on the top and bottom of the gauge glass because he was frustrated about how slow it seemed to him.
Now, the glass Gauge seems to have a mind of its own. I am sure that the gasket settings are off.
Being completely green to this furnace, should the gaskets be open, closed, maybe one open and one closed?? Any help or thoughts without having to call in the plumber??