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  • #16
    Re: Aquastat and wiring question

    Hi Instead of dealing with the complexities and numerous adjustments associated with an out door reset, such as the taco, tekmar, honeywell, etc. I would recommend taking a look at the more sophisticated type economizer Intellicon HW+ the unit is a very simple install and uses the actual heat load of the boiler / furnace to determine and minimize cycling and hot water temp, it also takes into consideration domestic hot water requirements and has a mfg's guarantee to reduce energy consumption by at least 10% or you recive your money back, the other mfg's dont offer the same. I have over 75 installations in the field and all so far have achieved at least the 10% savings and go as high as 27%. Check out the website for additional info. http://stores.ebay.com/Green-Heating-Systems The device is pretty sophisticated and has an LCD to show instanous savings in addition to liftime savings, it also may be fine tuned with limits and pre-purge to maximize efficiency....

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    • #17
      Re: Aquastat and wiring question

      Intellicon and the Beckett Heat manager are one in the same. Nice spam job though.
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      • #18
        Re: Aquastat and wiring question

        Happy to report, it's been about a month now of having the blue wire disconnected from the aquastat, the boiler is functioning like I had hoped for. Noticed no side effects, wait, there was one I saved a bunch of oil. Sure saved more than inflating my tires to the proper pressure (need the softer ride in my old age).

        Paul
        "Corripe Cervisiam"

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        • #19
          Re: Aquastat and wiring question

          cant get the blue wire off the spade , comes out about 1/8 inch and stops like it is catching on something. any suggestions and did it make a cold start when removing.
          have a steel boiler with a new L8124E aquastat on it , it is just for heat and does not have a tankless coil , have a separate heater for domestic water. thought about cutting the wire, could be spliced if dont work

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