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I would like to buy a replacement damper for my boiler and no one at the supply house can help. part number is p/n60014 2/1.67rpm 24v60/50hz ccw 5w cfl 75c AMB 98200360

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Recently we.had to have the motor replaced on our 3 year old Navien Combi boiler/tankless water heater because it made a squealing noise periodically. The technician who worked on it told us to let him...


This could actually be a manufacturer issue with the brand of pump. Based on your description it is unclear if this is a circulator pump, fuel pump, zone valve motor or other motor on your appliance. As a 30 plus year technician of heating appliance I have seen many parts factory defective, especially when purchased at the same supply house. Inventory is typically shipped to supply houses with manufactured parts from the same factory lot numbers, and when this happens, the technician keeps replacing a part with parts from the same bad lot!

Also, not knowing the true details of this situation, the installation set up, piping sizes, component brands, what means of air venting system was used in the hydronic side of this system, if any? With that said giving you a more specific answer is really impossible, based on the little knowledge I have to go on to help you out.

My recommendation would be to contact another company and have them come out to look at the problem, if you find the previous company charged you for parts that were not needed or the system was installed incorrectly, contact your local plumbing inspector for what to do in your area.
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If the damper is buzzing i may be that the moex plug is not properly engaged at the plug and there is sone current loss through the low voltage wiring. If it is a field controls damper it is not uncommon for it to buzz when the plug is connected but ajar. Some times the buzzing is coming from a loose sheet metal screw that is vibrating when the damper is opening or if there are not at least three screws in every section of the smoke pipe if it is a single wall pipe, if you have B vent pipe check to be sure that the sections are connected securely. (they should be @ about 60 degrees apart between screws) and that could cause some buzzing when the damper is opening or closing.
As far as leaving it manually open you will loose heat up the chimney but the boiler will still operate with the damper manually open just not as fuel efficiently. Also check the jacket screws and draft hood screws sometimes they can drive you nuts over a loose screw.
It also could be that the motor is on the way out and you would have to replace it.
http://www.weil-mclain.com/en/assets/pdf/550142779_1212_CGaBoilerManual.pdf
Here is a link to the PDF file for that model page 48 will give you some information about the damper.
The boiler will not fire if the damper doesn't open (if it does fire with the damper closed shut it down and call a professional) if you want to check for loose screws it may help you out some. But you may leave it manually open all the time in the short term if it does fail but don't leave it open too long or your gas bill will start to pick your pocket.
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I have a kenmore side by side. FF side too cold. Replaced t-stat and defrost timer. All settings and air flow set right. FF still too cold. T-stat set all the way down . Should be at 3 or 4


You need to provide a model number in order to look over the parts list and see what type of auto damper your model has. There are ways to test an auto damper to see if it opens and close properly. An auto damper can be electrical or mechanical. Kenmore model numbers look like this example=> 321.2345789 and can be found artound the fresh food compartment door frame.
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1 Turn power off to refrigerator.
2 Open the fresh food sections door and remove all items on top shelf.
3 Adjust the fresh food control to its coldest position.
4 Remove the light shield by pulling down on the back corners of the cover and then slide the cover forward.
5 Remove the edge sealing device, radiant shield supporting screws at the back bottom center of the control housing mounting screw at back, bottom center of the control housing. Slide the control housing to the right and lower the housing.
6 Disconnect the temperature control housing from electric quick disconnect.
7 Remove the temperature control housing from the refrigerator and then place on a
flat work surface.
8 Remove the auto damper control rod retainer, control rod and the slide control
gear from the auto damper control.
9 Now turn the control housing over.
10 Remove the two auto damper mounting screws, then remove the auto damper from the control housing.
11 Mark the auto damper rod about 1/4 in. from and away from the housing.
12 Uncoil the auto damper capillary tube at about 4 in.'s
13 Submerge into a glass of ice (not water). then watch for door to move to the closed
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14 Remove from ice and warm capillary tube with your hand. Then watch door for an opposite reaction.
15 If no movement is detected, replace the control. 61005971 Damper Control Assembly
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The above is only a demostration of how to test a refrigerator with an auto that uses a capillary tube to open and close the damper. Your refrigerator will need to be identified by the correct model number to let you know what type of auto damper your model has, Post your model number and I will tell you what you will need to test yours, Thanks Sea Breeze

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Removal & Installation
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
  2. Disconnect battery negative cable from remote negative terminal on shock tower and properly isolate to prevent accidental reconnection.
  3. Remove or disconnect the following:
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    • Joint duct
    • Resistor
    • Blower fan and motor
    • Air changeover damper motor
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To install:
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    NOTE Lubricate the damper motor's slide contacts with multi-purpose grease

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The blower motor is located on the right side of the heater housing.
  1. Disconnect battery.
  2. Remove the lower right under panel silencer duct.
  3. Remove the blower motor connector from resistor block.
  4. Remove the blower motor case retaining screws.
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  7. Remove the motor from motor case.

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If you put a new motor on a old pump what do you have? A new $300.00 motor on a $worthless old pump. Spend the $350.00 and replace it.

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