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  • lmanc2222
    Hello Neil,
    YES, indeed! It does sound like it's operating correctly . I don't think I'm explaining myself correctly. Let's see, I'm looking at a aquastat that only has a high limit wheel, no operating range. It's got me talking to myself. Boiler temperature does not go higher than 120*. I remove the circulator from the circuit and hook it up manually to 110V. Now, with the circulator out of the circuit, the boiler temperature reaches high limit. Ok, I run the circulator manually and the temperature drops to 120* (ok) but it stays there. Hmmmm. I want the circulator to turn off at the set point on the thermostat and I want the burner flame to stay on until the limit is met. Eventually I want to circulate 190* water. He only gets 120* water.
    December 2018
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    Settled in, saw the sights, learned the territory, and most importantly: gave back.
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