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Old 06-10-2015, 04:32 PM   #1
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Hydro Hot Nozzle

I changed the fuel filter for the HH and then I was going to change the nozzle. Low and behold it appears that the nozzle faces the back of the bin. Do I have to remove the whole HH unit to change the nozzle and perform the other maintenance. If so is there anything else I should do or take a look at while I have it out.

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Can you remove the burner assembly from the front? 2 nuts loosened then pivot bolts out and gently remove burner assembly.
On our HH the nozzle does spray towards back but the burner unit is removed to change the nozzle.
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This should give you the info you need:
http://aquahot.com/aquahot.com/media...l07-03_000.pdf
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Be very careful not to overtighten the nuts holding the Webasto onto the unit. You don't want to break the lugs.
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Thanks guys, I'll take another look at it tomorrow. This is my first time with Hydro Hot and I didn't want to screw anything up.
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Here is a thread where I did the maintenance on a hydro hot. There are a couple pictures showing the burner out and the nozzle.
2002 MADP Hydro-Hot Maintenance
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Thanks for the help. I got 'er done. It was a very easy process once I got the info about the 2 bolts that hold the burner assy in.

I did notice one of the hold downs or ears that the bolts attach to has a small crack so I will replace the blower casing or come up with another fix. It's pretty flimsy. I did mange to get it back in and snug enough to hold. Something to ponder.

I printed the manual that Jerry attached so I'm good to go for future issues.

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Snug enough to hold is good enough. If you had to, I'd break off the cracked tab & replace it back w/JB-Weld & a small aluminum sheet metal (or galvanized would work fine) gusset for added strength.
Then, don't go past snug cuz that's all that's req'd.
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