ok, I'll try to explain my problem.
1.) I have a LWCO 67 and a unimatch electric water feeder http://s3.supplyhouse.com/manuals/1351002065510/84641_PROD_FILE.pdf
2.) What I noticed is, when we turn on the boiler, the water feeder kicks in, and continues to kick in for a while. it does stop at some point, and the water in the sight glass is real high, such that you can barely see the line. which suggests to me that there is a calibration problem, where the lwco doesnt think there is enough water in the system so keeps turning on the water feeder until it gets to a certain point where it stops, but it is well above the "manufacturer water line"
so what we ended up doing temporarily is since its filled with too much water, i closed the valve to the water feeder, and drained the water until it gets to the correct line per peerless's line.
then had the boiler run at least 2 cycles and it appears to be working well.
my boiler's installation of the lwco appears correct as its where it should connect to the glass gauge. my steam guy said possible the lwco needs to go up on the boiler to match where the line is? but then it wouldnt look like in the manual, so thats what is strange, he of course did not do this, as he had to research this before we consider that idea.
but it doesnt sound right, trying to get the master's suggestions. (ala this forum)
PS, another question. I have a 1 pipe steam system, that acts as a return as well, do we need to have a hartford loop on this system, as my research is inconclusive.