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    I lived in florida for many years. Had a 40...

    I lived in florida for many years. Had a 40 gallon electric water heater in the car port. Hardly used any electricity at all.
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    What we have here is two separate questions and...

    What we have here is two separate questions and two separate answers. For the guy with the water heater. Yes, you need an expansion tank.

    For the guy with the boiler. The upper valve is a...
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    I doubt you will find anyone with any "dead ones"...

    I doubt you will find anyone with any "dead ones" anywhere. Most toss them in the dumpster, they have no value. We don't keep them for parts.
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    Two votes for the Aquanot, high quality rugged...

    Two votes for the Aquanot, high quality rugged stuff. Good choice.

    I am not an Aquanot rep. :D
  5. The other thing to consider here is that though...

    The other thing to consider here is that though recovery is not spectacular, you do have a pretty good reserve of water in the well. Under normal conditions you probably have not had a lot of...
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    I don't believe I've ever heard of anyone using...

    I don't believe I've ever heard of anyone using pex for a pipe drop.
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    http://www.clackcorp.com/valve/Manuals/V3435EE_EE%...

    http://www.clackcorp.com/valve/Manuals/V3435EE_EE%20Programming%20and%20Front%20Cover%20Manual.pdf

    See page 10
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    This may help with setting the control head ...

    This may help with setting the control head

    http://www.appliedmembrane.com/Manuals/9000_service_manual.pdf

    It's the fleck 9000 manual

    Head to the back for the Q&A and troubleshooting stuff #...
  9. we hydro-Frac up here with Compressed air or dry...

    we hydro-Frac up here with Compressed air or dry Ice.
    I would get a reputable well driller to come out and run some tests and verify the well's production before getting too involved in things. How...
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    Can you imagine sharing a jail cell with a...

    Can you imagine sharing a jail cell with a murderer when you have been pinched for shingle theft? :D It's like going to jail for robbing 30 bucks from the 7 - 11
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    The radiator should be piped using a mono flow...

    The radiator should be piped using a mono flow tee arrangement so's not to restrict flow to the rest of the loop or at least not overly restrict it.
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    No Gary, you missed nothing, the original...

    No Gary, you missed nothing, the original question makes no sense at all.
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    Where I live, even the best, most efficient solar...

    Where I live, even the best, most efficient solar panels, tank, controls etc will at best only produce 30 to 35% of the required domestic hot water. At an average installed cost of around $...
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    A hydronic valve is not rated for pressure in...

    A hydronic valve is not rated for pressure in excess of 30 lbs. It would probably be ok, but if not you can forget the warranty.
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    It is a noise and fire issue. Mostly fire...

    It is a noise and fire issue. Mostly fire though. Zone 1 is usually commerical which typically a 5 story condo building is.
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    If you have a well and a well tank, I would start...

    If you have a well and a well tank, I would start by checking the tank pressure. With the pump off and the pressure drained the tank pressure needs to be 2lbs less than the cut in pressure.
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    Pex must be secured every 32" horizontally,regardless of it.s location
  18. Poll: I do believe that Mr. Favre answered the question...

    I do believe that Mr. Favre answered the question :D Pretty good game for an old fart that's retired twice
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    And that's why I would use a compression stop. ...

    And that's why I would use a compression stop. Getting the water off and drained can be a real bear. If you had the use of a pro-press that would work even better
  20. Where's Judge Judy when you need her ? So,...

    Where's Judge Judy when you need her ?

    So, have we yet established that the pump is or is not delivering the proper volume and pressure to the delivery system I.E. the piping in the house. It's...
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    Think I would cut the pipe as close to the nut as...

    Think I would cut the pipe as close to the nut as possible and replace the valve with a compression ball valve.
  22. I would go with a Baxi Luna first and the...

    I would go with a Baxi Luna first and the Triangle tube as a second choice.
  23. If you know, then why are you telling him to...

    If you know, then why are you telling him to reduce the suction line to 1" ?
    The manufacturer says 1" are you saying that you know better than the people that make the pump?
  24. Rick, yes, decreasing the drop size will most...

    Rick, yes, decreasing the drop size will most definately effect pump performance. Manufacturers put that kind of information in their installation manuals for a reason. It's not a suggestion....
  25. This is pasted right out of Goulds installation...

    This is pasted right out of Goulds installation manual should there be any confusion. RedJacket and F&W have similar instructions.

    Suction Piping The suction pipe should be at least as large...
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