Question about Heating & Cooling
We have a three zone heat system. Last year one of the zones got stuck open, now one got stuck open.
I read elsewhere in fixya that I can use either the e or f but that it migh tbe easier iwth the f.
I watched the plumber replace theh valve last year, - used an ''E'',but i saw he had to think about the connections soI am thinking the F might be better for me.
Nevertheless, I would like the opinion of a knowledgeable person .
I have mtaken photos of what the current valve looks like
Usually the zone valve is considered normally open or
normally closed. If this is a dual valve of some sort than you would want to choose the normally closed
position. The valve would probably have a c-terminal,
nc-terminal and a no-terminal. You would want to choose C and normally closed.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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