NWBuilder wrote:I have the direct drive set up, my boiler is 4 years old I think. I had to retro fit it with the timer ashing delay which only runs when the fan is running and only for 30 seconds every 3 minutes. Electricity and I do not mix so anything that is done will be done by my electrician. I just don't understand why it would make one revolution and then stop unless there is an issue with the ashing delay set up but that is only 6 months old or so. thanks for any thoughts, NWB
So it is not ashing for 30 seconds out of every 3 minutes of fan operation (when the ashing temperature probe is also reading in the proper temperature range for ashing)? The fan must be on, and the LC (and its associated thermal probe) must be calling for ashing, and the timer(s) must be permitting ashing. All of these three conditions must be met for the ashing motor to operate.