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The two dials will rotate in different rotations. You can figure the direction by seeing which way to turn to get bigger. You read the smaller number the pointer just came from. Same on both...if it is between 8 and 9...use the 8. Then keep track and I am sure you will be on the right path. ANYTHING otherwise, call the utility and ask for your rebate ...


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My background is Industrial, Commercial, & Residential combustion & appliances. I often also consult to Commercial & Residential Cooking Equipment OEMs. The noise you are most likely hearing is a high-pitched hum, caused by turbulent flow in some pipe fitting. Most frequently, the source is an undersized or too lengthy flexible pipe fitting. ...


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I assume you are dealing with a gravity wall furnace, now made by Williams and Empire, and commonly found in California. They require no AC power. They use a thermocouple on the pilot light to power (via the thermostat) a millivolt gas solenoid. They sell special thermostats for this application. A "common" thermostat may or may not work, depending on its ...


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Your line of thinking is correct, in that a thermostat is simply a switch that connects two (or more) conductors together. If the thermostat is wired following common patterns, then connecting the red and white wires together should tell the furnace to try and fire up. If the unit works with the power off, then the control circuitry is likely powered by a ...


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Grate Fires coals artificial coals are made in Liverpool, England, of ceramic fiber strand material. This is the same material painted on the outside of the space shuttle, to keep it from burning up, upon reentry of our atmosphere. Vermiculite is used in the vented units, to: Keep the burner and valves clean and Make the flames "dance" more life like.



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