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I want to shut the boilers down on a friday night and then I want them to start up again on the monday morning. Bearing in mind these boilers have a manual start/reset button. The boilers are 1)120e Fulton 2)150e Fulton I hope you can come up with a solution

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1-     Turn the power off to both your furnace and air conditioner. Some of the steps we will be discussing are dangerous if power is present. For the furnace and the air conditioner there should be separate breakers in your electrical panel that you will shut off.   

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Do you have a unique timer for the two boilers?

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    Programming a boiler timer it is not usually a difficult operation, if you have a unique timer controlling the two boilers, it will be simpler.

    Here is Fulton download page,
    unfortunately they do not provide any manual download, therefore I can only guess how your boiler timers may work.

    Some boiler may have programming only over 24 hours, in that case the only way yo program a boiler for the whole weekend it will be by adding a timer control on the boiler power line.

    If the boiler have programming for Mon to Sun. , it should be relatively easy to program it.

    If the boiler have no programmable control, as I think, you will need to insert a programmable timer like this ones on the power line to the boiler.

    Power Timer - Home & Garden

    If you want to control the boiler with a power timer call Fulton, and ask them is turning off boiler power automatically for three days a week can create any hazard condition with the boilers.

    Fulton phone number is 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at

    If you call them you can also ask the price for a more specific timer for your boiler, that will be a better solution.



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