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Need help identifying pilot assy

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heidleml
heidleml Member Posts: 34
Pretty old boiler here in Annapolis MD. Never seen this type of pilot assembly. The 24v circuit to gas valve is interuppted at pilot assembly. Attached are pics

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  • Steamhead
    Steamhead Member Posts: 16,894
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    That should be on a Bryant.
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  • heidleml
    heidleml Member Posts: 34
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    Thanks @Steamhead. I found it.
  • ch4man
    ch4man Member Posts: 296
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    bryant 234B, those were required to be derated by the manufacture decades ago due to CO issues.
    they needed smaller orifices and the manifold pressure raised to help insperating (sp) enough primarary air for proper combustion.

    please check the flue products