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Bryant Natural Gas Boiler c 1951?

RosalieWard
RosalieWard Member Posts: 1
I recently purchased a house built in 1951. It has WORKING Bryant Gas Boiler : Unit Number 443 CA427199
Equipped for use with NAT gas, Equiv. Sq. Ft WATER radiation, Normal 1060.
I have been trying find a manual for this model as the unit seems to run too hot. I have been unable to determine a model number via the Carrier site and emails to Carrier.
I replaced the 2 wire thermostat with a battery operated Honeywell and that seemed to bring the holding temp on the boiler to abt 180. Lately, I've seen her heat up to 200. I do not know what is normal operating temps for this model.

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  • JUGHNE
    JUGHNE Member Posts: 8,175
    Somewhere on the boiler is probably an adjustable temp control.
    It could be behind the front panel.
    You could post pictures of any controls you have.
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