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Empyre / Re: Empyre 200 issues like others.
« on: April 30, 2014, 07:49:36 PM »
I would start by having a good healthy conversation with corporate, threats of lawsuits and lawyers does no good as you can see from the guy in PA, I wish we could have swung by to see him on our way back but with the posts that he made as well as the PM's that I received I thought better of getting involved, this is as you know a great place to come for ideas and answers but constructive conversations will get you much further than lawyers, let's all put our heads together and see if we can come up with a solution to their problem, I think having a beer is a great start then a PM to Scott7m might help, he has some difficult stuff going on right now so please be patient and I'm sure he will be happy to help. What am I looking at in the picture? Is that the air box that we see?

Welcome to the club ecc_33. Hope you get a quick resolution.

Slimjim just happen to catch this post. I find it interesting. As I recall. I called you and said "thanks for offering to come. But there is no need for it"

Empyre / Re: ProFab has some issues!
« on: April 16, 2014, 04:48:32 PM »
I understand they never mix. Your not getting what I am trying to ask.
Does the boiler water go through the furance heat exchanger?

Empyre / Re: ProFab has some issues!
« on: April 16, 2014, 04:30:35 AM »
I'm not sure what he meant by that but your dhw will always be separate from boiler water, does it currently go through your plate exchanger before it gets to your furnace coil?
No the dhw does not. But if is changed over to what your saying. Buy running the dhw through furance.
I guess my question is. Does the water treatment make a film on the metal?
If it is running now through my furance exchanger then switch it off and just use the dhw. Will that nasty stuff mess up stuff or toxic. If so then I need to just keep the boiler water running through it.

Empyre / Re: ProFab has some issues!
« on: April 15, 2014, 08:17:14 PM »
Yes Scott said to run the furance exchanger off the heat plate with the dhw. My boiler water runs through my furance now. So it has treated water in the furance exchanger

Empyre / Re: ProFab has some issues!
« on: April 15, 2014, 07:53:24 PM »
On the bottle it says it leaves a protective coating on the metal. A film.

Empyre / Re: ProFab has some issues!
« on: April 15, 2014, 07:23:42 PM »
Also my boiler water is running through my exchanger in the furnace. It is treated with the water treatment. If it is switched that stuff is like a coating correct? And would then get flushed through. O what a mess.

Empyre / Re: ProFab has some issues!
« on: April 15, 2014, 07:12:44 PM »
I do work in the a/c field. But the sizing thing does not involve me. I just fix what is there on our own locations. Hot and cold food items. Petroleum dispensers. Computer systems. Everything you see at a c-store. So when you talk btu/sizing sounds like Chinese. 
I was reading once again the manual. It states the pump should be in the lowest part of the line from boiler to the inside system. Yet mine is mounted to the back of the boiler. From what I have found these pumps can push not pull, is this correct? It also shows the optimizer located away from the boiler. And there should be a mandatory low temp fail safe installed. Guessing I also do not have that.

Empyre / Re: ProFab has some issues!
« on: April 15, 2014, 01:07:20 PM »
I am cool Scott. I am. I am taking it all in. It comes across wrong. All typing..Please don't take it wrong..
So what I have learned in my instance is Sizing is wrong, it calls for 1.5" pex from inside to boiler not 1". inside is a hack job. In order for me to have a Good working system is one sized to fit, get the proper install on the inside. I also learned that those close 90* are not good. A long radius is best. Will the 1" underground pex be ok for me? All I want is to walk around in shorts in the winter. I hate pants and blankets :) Long steamy showers after being on a rooftop all day.

Empyre / Re: ProFab has some issues!
« on: April 15, 2014, 05:00:22 AM »
You act like everyone is to be a expert in btu now. 1 1/5 pex chaulk up another epic install fail! Now wonder the industry has a bad rep. Blame the consumer. And shaft them from money.

Empyre / Re: ProFab has some issues!
« on: April 15, 2014, 04:55:52 AM »
So you have seen my install pics. And I have a burnere that's to big. And I am in the wrong?  The installer and dealer so up to a insurance claim and yell " it's installed wrong" and there the ones setting off lawsuits.
If the dealer would have got off his ass and came out to fix the issue it would not have been so bad. You act like I tossed my hands up and left it! Did you once ask if I did anything?  I kept cleaning tossing in proformer. I even wrapped the metal in metal duct tape. And it Held!
All that is happen is blame blame. So where is your we can help YOU. That you claim.
Call the dealer up and act like you want to buy a burner and see what you get!
Theboiler thank you for reading and having a Open mind. And not a oneway street.

Empyre / Re: ProFab has some issues!
« on: April 14, 2014, 06:45:10 PM »
I my once again Scott. Once again you blame me.
First off I can show you a receipt of when these logs have been sitting here.
Second those were for 2014/15 season.
I was never informed to shut it Down until I was told by Ron g that it was installed wrong and those high temps need to be fixed. I informed TOMEO and Warren Conley I was not shutting it down. Due to heating my home. Would you not heat your home?
Sat when the welder called me. He already said "I told my wife I feel like I will be the middle man and don't want any part of it". I asked him to look anyhow. And said. " if I fix it and something else goes wrong. I will get blamed" NOT BY ME BUT MATT.
There was Not one said about ENCOURAGING 5/6k. I came home it was sitting there.
Did I walk in saying I would like a probab? YES I DID. Why my friend had one. BUT what am I to know about sizing!!!  I bet you ask Good talking Matt on how to do one he could not.
That should have been his job. How about you tell me you want to by a VW bug and I put you in a tractor trailor?
Matt is covering his ass because he is the one who got the last guy sued! Look that one up. Mr Scott

Empyre / Re: ProFab has some issues!
« on: April 14, 2014, 04:43:26 PM »
Slimjim has the info.
The dealer sent me a email saying he is tryin to find another welder.

Empyre / Re: ProFab has some issues!
« on: April 14, 2014, 05:02:04 AM »
You got mail.

Empyre / Re: ProFab has some issues!
« on: April 13, 2014, 07:01:28 PM »
The holes in the air box is not letting the large amounts of air in. So it just smoldered. Causing large amounts of cresoide to build.
I wrapped it in metal duct tape. It shut down as of yesterday. And have leaks in the plumbing at the stove now it's cooled down. Grrr
I will be heating the house 1800sqf. And the garage is 28x32. With 28x16 upstairs. In progress now

Empyre / Re: ProFab has some issues!
« on: April 13, 2014, 09:43:29 AM »
Also to the comment that was made about it being Plugged up. Yes it is. I informed them i was letting it run due to not fronting the electric bill. And to keep it from turning into a block of ice, then I would be getting blamed for that. So yep it's a plugged up..

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