Question about Heating & Cooling
We have replaced our ignitor and our burner now when I watch the boiler light there doesn't seem to be enough gas shooting in. I'm not sure but I think I need to adjust the pressure. How do I do that?
Near one corner of the gas valve is a slottedplug.
It looks like large screw headremove the plug just like any screw. This lets you access the gas pressure adjustment screw.
Usually no more than one half to one full turn is needed. (clockwise to increase pressure)
It is important that you not have to much Gas pressure as this will cause overheating and premature heat exchanger failure.
The best thing to do is check the pressure going into the gas valve, and also coming out. Make sure the inlet side of the GV is not partially clogged where the pipe comes in. (especially if you have copper pipe with natural gas)
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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