Well, I am finally much closer to being done with this install than I every thought I would be. Huge Thanks to my dad. He is mid 70's and has a lot of leg issues but continued with the install anyways. He had his own heating and cooling business as I was growing up. I should of continued it but Im 6'4", tough in some of those basements. lol I thought this was a difficult project. More stress than work. I am definitely not a plumber. The first burn was on Sunday night. I set the temps to 180 and 160 degrees. The EFM was spot on. All elec were correct, sounded and performed better than I hoped.
I just hooked up the new low water shut off tonight, and mounted the out fire control. I purchased the wrong low water cutoff the first time. I mistakenly bought a 24V style and not a 110. Problem solved. I have quite a few pics but I am whipped from this install. That pex/al/pex is no joke. That should be used in prisons for recreation. That sucked!
But it is working well, and worth the trouble. I also mounted the proper hanger for the supply run. But I did forget to put the ball valve on the top of the circ pump on first zone. Oh well, only had 4 pex/al/pex male adapters.... so until I need to break the run, it stays. Lol. The DHW coil is working very well. I love setting the propane water heater to pilot, taking a long long (on well water) hot shower and then turn the water heater burner back on. And it stays on pilot.
Yeah baby. I only do that so I can chuckle to myself.
Big thanks to Coal Berner for the phone calls. What a great person, and a wealth of knowledge. And he is still busting my nuts that it took so long.
What a learning experience.
And Thank you to Wood N Coal for posting his install and taking the time to reply to the PM's.