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Crown Boiler Control setup

NYCHomeOwnerNYCHomeOwner Posts: 13Member
edited January 31 in Controls
Does anyone know someone that could possibly help me wire up my crown steam.
. I set Everything up just need to connect my vxt24 water feeder, thermostat, relay , water cutoff system. I'm located in Queens Ny. Would be great help.


  • JohnNYJohnNY Posts: 2,252Member
    What's the back story here? Why isn't this pre-wired from the factory? Is this a second-hand boiler?
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  • STEVEusaPASTEVEusaPA Posts: 2,903Member
    You HAVE TO get a pro in there. After it's wired up, the combustion & draft need to be set up with an analyzer, gas pressure confirmed with a manometer, and safety controls tested.
    You saved all the money you can doing most of it yourself.
  • NYCHomeOwnerNYCHomeOwner Posts: 13Member
    edited January 28
    It was new but i had someone come in that supposedly was going to do all the work, plumbing etc and he took all the wiring apart. I pretty much seen and didn't like how he didn't go by code on certain things, so i paid him for his time and asked him to leave. That's where i started this whole project by my self. I really just want a pro to come in and set this baby up at this point the correct way as you mentioned with an analyzer to confirm correct numbers.
  • STEVEusaPASTEVEusaPA Posts: 2,903Member
    There are some great ones in NYC

    Keep in mind not many contractors like to come in at this point and assume all the liability of finishing up a job, because we've all been hit with "Once you touch it you own it".

    Post some more pictures back a little farther if you can.
  • NYCHomeOwnerNYCHomeOwner Posts: 13Member
    edited January 31
    I had a member from the forum help me out. Thank you guys
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