More Copy and Paste...
You're so boring that you can take your inaccurate posts and bullshit and
shove them up your ass.
I will no longer reply to your copy & paste, waste of space, bullshit and
That's all you have, is lies upon lies.
Its about time you dropped that dead weight. At least the fucquering
idiots I find are interesting assholes. :-)
Clark is about as boring as Ive seen in a long long long time. No
originality in his posts whatsoever. Kiinda like watching paint dry.
Pick an interesting fuque next time. :-)
kj is an exceedling slow learner. He hasn't learned that usenet really
shouldn't be his outlet for abuse. He hasn't learned that playing "last
post" is a stupid game that no one wins. He hasn't learned that there is
always someone out here who can expose his ignorance. It's sad but it's true.
Maybe next time he'll think twice before starting one of his foolish tirades
but I doubt it since he is such a slow learner.
The only thing you will succeed in proving in here is that you are the
idiot. It's been quite apparent from the beginning. Now tuck your tail
between your legs, bow your head and bark, dance or skip out of here.
I dont care which method you choose.
This from a dancing monkey boi that thinks liquid lines sweat, that can't
diagnose a simple plugged condensate drain, that doesn't know that building
code is locally controlled. Thanks for the encouragement.
I post and you dance, monkey boi. Just keep dancing. Some day, if you don't
kill yourself with your drinking habit, you'll sober up and re-read some of
these posts. Perhaps then you'll realize just how foolish you were. In the
mean time, just keep dancing monkey boi.
It sounds like the indirect is the only control wired to fire the boiler.
For the boiler to maintain tank temperature, it should have a control on it
with two settings. High limit cutout, and low limit cut in. Some boilers
only have a high limit cutout. These are cold start boilers. They depend on
a control circuit from the indirect's aquastat and the circulator relay's
auxiliary switch, to fire the boiler. It's possible that the heating part of
the system wasn't properly connected to do this. Not knowing the controls
you have on the boiler, I can only make these assumptions, but if you could
provide pictures, I'm sure I and others can figure this out
On Oct 17, 12:16 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
In the end, the DHW was properly wired to the relay. However, the
hydronic heat loop was not so properly wired. Furthermore, there was
a TON of air in the system and we had to bleed it out about 5 times
Thanks very much to all for the advice.
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