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Quick question—oil nozzle, what I found in there or what’s on the igniter assembly label?
So, I replaced the oil nozzle in my igniter. I’ve never replaced it since I’ve been in the house (going on 7 years). It was pretty easy, but the one I took out is a .75 70B . The one I replaced it with is a 1.00 70W. Why, you ask? Because that’s what the label on the igniter itself says (it’s a Beckett).
My feeling is that a furnace repair person put the wrong nozzle in for some reason (maybe it’s what they had), but I wanted to get an opinion from the forum. I’m happy to go get the same size as the nozzle I replaced and do it again, but when the manufacturer says the size, I’m inclined to go with that size and spray pattern.