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Old 11-01-2014, 08:00 PM   #1
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Unit gets extremely hot even when temps are in the 60-70's. Have no exhaust coming out of the exhaust pipe. What am I missing? I've ordered a new nozzle - any other information would be helpful. Thanks,
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Unit gets extremely hot even when temps are in the 60-70's. Have no exhaust coming out of the exhaust pipe. What am I missing? I've ordered a new nozzle - any other information would be helpful. Thanks,

Not exactly sure what you are asking.

1. Is this an AquaHot unit?
2. Is there an electric element also and is the electric element turned on?
3. The AquaHot boiler stays up to operating temp at all times and provides hot water as well as the furnace function.
4. If you are not using the furnace and not large amounts of hot water then the electric element will keep the boiler up to temp without the diesel burner firing.


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