No power to oil fired boiler

It was an American Standard gas boiler, probably from the mid 60s. It was a gravity hot water system, so other than the gas valve, electricity was not needed. there was a knob on the gas valve that could be used for manual operation. Instructions on the side of the boiler also instructed that this could be used in case of power outage.


It is simple to reduce the heating capacity of your oil boiler or furnace to make it operate more efficiently by having a technician install a smaller nozzle. The cost is minimal and it could cut fuel bills by as much as 10%. If you have an old, inefficient burner, though, you may want to replace the whole burner.




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Oil furnace. No power hubbyho Member Posts: 7 July 2017 in THE MAIN WALL Hi guys. I woke up to no hot water. I have a multi zone oil furnace with power to the controller and low water cutoff but no power to the aquastat or burner. Any suggestions as to why the aquastat wouldnt have 120v? 2.9K 50 Water Quality 608 Buy, Sell, Barter.