As of yesterday, for no apparent reason, my hot water is coming out
lukewarm at best. Should I assume that I need a new Superstor or
that it's an oil-burner issue? Do I call my plumber or my oil
company? Thanks in advance as I am ignorant on this issue.
On Mon, 19 Feb 2007 13:20:34 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I doubt that your Superstor indirect heater is bad.
They either fail rapidly with a tank leak or slowly as the internal
heat transfer coil limes up. With a closed system like an indirect
heater, the coil rarely "limes" (builds up mineral deposits) unless
the boiler water is contaminated.
I'd suspect the zone control for the indirect heater, the heater's
thermostatic control, the circulator pump or other related item.
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