CoalBurner5 wrote:Sorry i've tried to fix the flipped pictures and i cant do it.
Picture 1 is of the house that it supplies... When the picture is right side up, the right side of the house is on it's own zone. It has 9 cast iron radiators and 30 feet of slant fin baseboard. The left side of the house upstairs is run by 65 feet of cast iron 8 inch baseboard, and the first floor is currently run by heat exchanger(hot water to air). Hopefully this will be changed over this weekend, as i have all the infloor heat run.
Picture 2 is of the flue pipe. It exits the house and then goes through a 30-35 ft brick chimney. (AND TO THINK I HAD A DRAFT PROBLEM)
Picture 3 is of the honeywell L7224 which is where i think my problem is actually at. It triggers the stoker to run every single time there is a heat call. Even if the water temp is above the low limit.
Picture 4 is of the unit itself. I do have a boiler by pass in the system, i also have each zone differently the red pex tubing supplies the 65 ft of 8inch cast iron baseboard. The middle gray pex supplies the current forced air system, which will hopefully be changed over to the infloor heat this weekend. and the far 1 inch pex supplies the 9 radiators and 30 ft of slant fin.
I honestly do not think the system is getting shocked with cold water. For some reason, the water will not climb to the hight temp (EVER). and is the l7224 seems to kick the stoker on every single time there is a call for heat.
Before I put in my primary secondary, I would hit the hi limit and trigger the dump zone every day.
Since I put in the primary, even if I'm just running it through the indirect, I never, ever hit the HL on the aquastat.
I do run 24/7, and I've found that that vents enough heat to keep me right at the LL setpoint.
The way Rob was explaining it, you are probably wired differently on your Aquastat than I am, but I wasn't competent enough to do that myself so I'll let someone else handle that issue. I know that the way I'm set up my zones call for heat and the boiler has to drop below the LL before the stoker kicks on, so I'm sure you could be set up to run that way. However, I'm not sure that in the long run it would make a difference.