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How to adjust the Boiler temptrature on a Crown Boiler, Modle # TWZ100

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There is a small control on the boiler called an aquastat. If you loosen the screws holding the cover on, pull the cover off from the front. Inside there are 2 maybe three dials. Note what they are set on now and adjust the one that goes up highet than 200 degrees 10 degrees higher than what it is set at now. The boiler should start immediately. If not, turn it back to where it was.

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