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Honeywell Agastat

flash211flash211 Member Posts: 1
I am replacing my L8148A Agastat with a newer L8148A-1017 as recommended by Honeywell.

Transferring of the wires from old to new looks to be very simple since all of the terminals are the same. Unfortunately, when I loosened the screw that holds on the unit to see if it would pop off (before removing the wires), it didn’t come off like the YouTube videos showed. In fact, it didn’t come off and it has resistance and since is the capillary tube is in the well, I decided to not tug on it for I don’t want it to break in the well.

Maybe it is a function that I did not
Remove the wires and spin the unit box 180 degrees or maybe the conductive lotion has hardened, but any insight to removing the box or other actions, would be appreciated.

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