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SlamDunk

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  • SlamDunk
    The co had to be sky high! CO has to be measured regardless of how mfr recommends tuning. I think you have a problem. If co is high enough to damage analyzer, (7000-10000ppm on mine) you need to fix it. I rarely see co above 5ppm. Even on 1000Mbtuh burners ( that's an exageration-25ppm on these burners.)
    January 3
  • hvac01453
    you mentioned disconnecting your co analyzer. I have the Bacharach insight plus for almost 3 three years. Recently on a Laars unit, they dont measure CO to tune, only CO2. while doing this It ruined my CO sensor because I had to run it regardless of the warning on the analyzer. How is it I can run it without the CO getting destroyed in the process?
    January 2
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