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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ASSUMING THAT YOU HAVE HOT WATER SYSTEM,IT IS TIME TO THINK ABOUT REPLACING THE ZONE VALVE.IF YOU DISCONNECT THE ZONE VALVE,THAT AREA WILL NOT GET
ANY HEAT.IF YOU CAN GET THROUGH REST OF THE HEATING SEASON WITHOUT IT,TURN OFF THE POWER TO THE ENTIRE SYSTEM.THEN DISCONNECT THE POWER SUPPLY TO JUST THAT VALVE.BE CAREFUL TO PUT WIRE NUTS ON ANY EXPOSED BARE WIRES.YOU CAN THEN RESTORE POWER TO THE MAIN SYSTEM.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
Hello. Each zone in you home has one thermostat controlling one zone valve. Generally, when a thermostat is calling for heat the zone valve opens and the circulating pump comes on to move the water around that loop. If your other two zones are both working as they should and you now have a new zone valve on the third loop I would suspect that the thermostat is faulty. Regards, Joe
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
why not just but the head or come to that the motor in side , cheaper option
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
Testimonial: "Prompted by your suggestion, I bought only the replacement head for the honeywell valve, saved me money and was so easy to install. Thanks!"
SOURCE: I have a Weil-McLain hot
Hello.Prob#1 valve has a bad END SWITCH,change the power head,thad brings the circ on when open.Prob#2 try manual overide lever.iS IT TIGHT OR SMOOTH?DOES IT JUMP/SNAP?motor very hot? all bad signs.Change that power head too.The transformers are OK because 1 trans can only run 3 valves max.
Posted on Sep 21, 2010
Hi. You might need to change the valves of your unit. here are few tips on how the valve looks like. i included also the manual for the your unit.
The first thing is the V8043 number. This number is the same for the straight through two way valve body configurations. The next letter for most heating system zone valves is the one that is confusing sometimes. Usually it will be an E or a F. There are other Letters but they are not nearly as common for home heating.
This is the E valve
This is the F valve
The thing to remember here is that the E letter tells you that the zone valve has the 4 - 18" wires coming out of the motor. And the F letter tells you that the motor has the 5 terminal board on it. They can be interchanges but if you have one type already installed and you go to replace it you will have to do some figuring to know how to hookup the motor correctly. If you replace your valve with the same letter valve you will just be able to hook it up again as it was.
Then, as far as the last four numbers go, they just tell you what size pipe the valve is for.
If you need to replace the zone valve motor you can check the pricing for a replacement motor or complete head, but I have found that many times the best pricing will be to buy the whole valve and then just take the head off of the new valve and switch it with the old one.
You can look for the manual by clicking here. These link came from my fellow expert.
Have a good one!!
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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