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Natures Comfort / Yearly Water Sample
« on: October 14, 2011, 09:08:31 AM »
I was wondering if other Natures Comfort owners are having same problem I am having, getting water sample test results back. I sent mine in August this year and still haven't received any results. Have sent e-mails and called. Had same problem last year. Never did get anythig back last year. Last year sent Fedx and had to provide delivery conformation which i did.  This year sent USPS paid for delivery conformation glad i did. Was
Since they require water sample for warranty you would think they would at least check samples  and advise owner of test results.

Electronics / Wiring High Limit
« on: January 02, 2011, 02:07:00 PM »
I want to install a high limit on my OWB. I Have a  Honeywell aquastat for temperature control now. Should you go line to Honeywell temp control then from temperature control to new  high limit then from high limit to fan and solenoid? 

General Outdoor Furnace Discussion / Boiler Install
« on: April 21, 2010, 02:59:13 PM »
Friend of mine is planning to install Wood Master boiler in a month or so. His planned location is approximately 10 to 15 feet below hot water coil location. Does anyone have one installed this much lower than there coil? Do you think this type installation will give problems?

Natures Comfort / Draft Fan Opening
« on: November 03, 2009, 07:13:16 AM »
Just wandering where other NCB owners have there fan opening set, and how you determined where to set?  I think owners manual says 1/4 inch. Is this the setting everyone has used?   

Natures Comfort / Fire Grate NCB175
« on: June 27, 2009, 12:30:34 PM »
Just thought i would check and see if anyone has come up with a better grate design for coal and wood. I bought the coal grate from NCB, it didn't work as good as original. I did make some changes to original. Any info will be appreciated.  :bash:

Natures Comfort / Extending Chimney NCB Boiler
« on: April 11, 2009, 11:25:28 AM »
Just wondering if anyone has extended chimney on NCB Boiler and what they used.
Plain stove pipe or insulated? Did it make difference in performance?

Natures Comfort / New Installation
« on: February 20, 2009, 06:39:57 AM »
Just ordered furnace 2/19 2009. Dealer said should have it next week. I had ordered a furnace from a someone else December 1,2008 and had not received yet. Canceled order yesterday. Already have concrete pad poured and piping roughed into pad for other boiler. I am hoping I can make hook up of piping and electrical with out having to break up concrete.
Not sure yet. Rough in is 12 inches in on right side 6 inches in from back. Piping comes up in 6 inch PVC pipe on 45deg. angle. Dim. Are to edge of PVC pipe. Not sure how I will get Furnace off trailer and on to pad yet either without going to expense of hiring boom truck to set unit.Hopeing to here from other Natures Comfort owners how there installation went.

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