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The water does not get got enough. I replaced the thermostat, it did not resolve the problem. The water is still warm.

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  • bansheracer Nov 12, 2010

    Will it steam?

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Did you replace the 95 deg thermostat or the 127deg thermal switch ?
Normal temperature control works like this, you turn on power and the boiler heats up. When it reaches 95 deg the thermostat will open and turn off power to the boiler, when it then cools down a little the thermostat will close and it will heat up again.
If the thermostat should fail in the closed position the boiler will continue to heat past 95 deg until it trips the 127 deg thermal switch which is a safety feature.
In your case maybe the 127 deg thermal switch is faulty and opening earlier than the 95 deg thermostat.

Posted on Nov 21, 2010

  • Graeme Scott Feb 22, 2011

    My description above is not correct.
    It's the 127 thermostat switch that controls the heat to the boiler. I'm not sure what the 95 deg switch is for. Maybe it won't run the pump unless it's above 95 degrees. ?

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