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Junkers model W325 K V2/31S25. I have tested the diaphragm by closing the pipe ends and putting it under water pressure. The Pin comes out to start the main burner valve. I have check the thermostat by taking it out and heating it up. It keeps the valve open. Water pressure here is around 6bar, and its a mixture of LP gas I,m using. The gas regulator is a 1.5kg/h. I cannot find a manual of this model. Is there some old people that have the experience on this model..Greatly appreciated
Http://documents.junkers.com/download/pdf/file/7181465057.pdf Sometimes there are several parts on this model to find buit beware on some marketing technical made differences inbetween one year of build there can be some modifications inside.
Posted on May 31, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: main burner won't come on.
no its not the problem with thermostart because you said that there is no overheat know.... may be problem with the burner switch..... check it once....
Posted on Oct 22, 2010
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Hot water pressure relief valves serve two functions. The first is to remove high-pressure water from the hot water tank. The second function is to act as a high temperature valve to remove water that exceeds a predetermined point for the valve. Both of these relief settings are preset at the valve factory. Many pressure relief valves will come with a metal tag that identifies these release points. If you're attempting to remove the hot water heater pressure relief valve, pay careful attention to ensure that you replace with the correct valve.
Your hot water heater has a pressure relief valve safety mechanism. When pressure inside the water tank exceeds certain limitations, the valve opens up to allow the pressure to be released. A faulty pressure relief valve will not release excess pressure, which could cause extensive damage to your home. You should test the hot water heater pressure relief valve once every six months to ensure proper operation. If the pressure relief valve fails the test, replace the valve with a new one immediately
Locate the pressure relief valve on your hot water heater. The pressure relief valve has a lever handle on top with a drain pipe attached to it. The pressure relief valve is most often on the side of the water tank toward the top. Newer models of hot water heaters have the pressure relief valve on top of the water tank.
Inspect the area around the pressure relief valve for signs of leaking water. If there is leaking water near the relief valve connection, replace the relief valve. If no leaking is evident, proceed with testing the pressure valve.
Examine the area below the pressure relief valve drain pipe. Most water heater closets either have a drain in the floor below the pipe or the pipe is inserted into another pipe to direct the water out of the home. If the end of your drain pipe is not in another pipe or there is no drain in the floor, place a bucket under the drain pipe to catch water when you test the pressure relief valve.
Pull the lever handle on the top of the pressure relief valve up with your fingers. A working lever will lift up without difficulty.You should begin to hear water going through the drain pipe. Slowly release the lever to shut off the pressure relief valve. The pressure relief valve is good. If you did not hear water running through the drain pipe, lower the lever on the pressure relief valve and replace the valve. If the lever is difficult to raise, do not force the lever. Replace the pressure relief valve.
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