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We just purchased a home with a beckett heater. we cant stop it from heating the house, it is 80 degrees in here and the heater is off! its burning up oil like crazy but we are only in need of the hot water to be heated,,,help!

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Terry, most units like yours had a Winter and Summer setting. It should be located on the furnace itself. In the Summer mode, only the water is heated for domestic use and the furnace side of the system is shut down.

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