Question about Honeywell Heating & Cooling
I want to replace honeywell V8043F1051 zone valve that controls hot
I do not want to replace the whole valve with plumbing and all involved or replace the motor or switch only. If I order a new valve, It seems easier and less costly to buy the whole valve than just the replacement head, can I easily remove the part (replacement head) from the valve, unscrew the defective ''head'' from the valve I have and install the new ''head?'' The valve has been in place since 1998 - might it need some lubricant to get it off?
To my surprise, by tracing the wiring, I find that the superstor water tank is wired and powered through the boiler. When I turn off the boiler, the motor of the valve goes cold. I appreciate your input.
Why not just but the head or come to that the motor in side , cheaper option
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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