Question about Heating & Cooling
The motor should spin when the boiler is switched on. One end of the motor spins the fan the other end works the pump. The control box then starts the transformer that starts a spark. The control box then opens up the oil. The boiler should then light if any of the above or the boiler does not light, the boiler will go to lockout.
From what you say the motor is not spinning, thus it could be the motor or more like the pump.
YOU SHOULD NOT PLAY WITHE THE PUMP
If the wrong setting is made it could 1 burn out the back of your boiler 2 go to soot and the boilers in an hour would be filled up and become a fire risk. 3 not start at all if the setting is too low it is a fine line to get it to work and needs the right tools.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
If the moror just humes then locks out, more that likely the capacitor (small white cylinder like object below control box), get yourself a 5uf capacitor, 2 wires, jobe done!!
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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