I was hoping someone could help me out here
I am in need of a wiring diagram for
HEIL Oil Fired Furnance Model # KF2 Type D855436 SN 5785A
Burner HEIL Active Flame Type SX 11249
This is an early 50's furnace I am in Baltimore MD and if need be I
will pay for this Thanks to all for any help
How much electrical wiring can there possibly be on a 50 year old furnace?
No ventor, no pressure switches, no spill switches, no flame sensors, no
ignition module, no multi-stage gas valve, no direct drive motor.......
what is it you're trying to figure out?
Bob, you know it's very complicated....
All those 'Frankenstien' knife config switches you have to throw. Thank
goodness for DIP switches (not).
The tube insulators are also hard to work around (-;.
You know, so many times I have said to myself, before opening up my
newsreader, " I'm not going to make any sarcastic comments. I'm gonna be
extra pleasant".....and then sometimes asks a question like this guy....
some people insist on leading with their chin....
Like my mother always says, "Ask a stupid question, ....."
Of course, the other side of the coin is someone like Dido who gives stupid
Why is it that "folks" just don't understand that their furance is just an
"appliance?" A dangerous appliance, but an appliance. And it, like the
refrigerator, dishwasher [not the wife] and such need to be replaced after
56 years of service. Damn, 56 years! Can anyone think of anything besides
the floor that lasts that long?
Replace the furnace, save $$$ on your oil costs and sleep well knowing your
family is safe. Hire a professional.
Here's a thought, if you needed a root canal, would you buy a book and do it
"Noon-Air" < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Being a newbie, I haven't tried root canal.
But ther is some great DIY cavity filler I haeve tried. Lots of fun.
Of course there comes a point at whihc you wish you could either open your
mouth, which is cemented shut or chew food without cutting your tonue by
the sharp bits of good old razor sharp DIY dental fill.
For an absolute emergency when no denist is available or peroahps if you
wish to travel in the desert, I suggest some.
When it comes to yoru house burning down, I say bite teh big one. Go down
to Wal-Mart and buy a whole new unit. It will come with instructions
(probably written in Chinese), but what the heck, you can have the joy of
installing it yourself.
You can even make some money too, by selling off all the spare bits you have
left over after installing it.
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