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Oil burner gun question

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Posted by JOB on January 03, 2013 at 05:34:03 from (

I use a wood boiler that is piped together with an
oil boiler to heat my house. Both units are inside
my house side by side. I want to re-plumb and re-
wire the two boilers. I feel I have the plumbing
figured out, might have an extra valve or two.
It's the electrical that I have a question with.

If there is anyone who is willing to share their
burner gun skills and knowledge here is the explanation of what I want to do and the question.
I want to use the controls on the oil boiler to
run the zone valves and the one circulating pump
for the entire system. I want the option of having
the gun fire to keep the house warm when the wood
burns out or just let the house cool down some and
I get a fire going in the morning and get the
house back up to temperature. To prevent the gun
from firing when I don't want it to I have drawn a
switch between the boiler controls and the burner

The question. Will the controls that supply
power to the circulating pump and zone valves
still work? My thoughts are the cad cell that is
down in the flame area will not see a flame and
after the 10 second or so time period shut power
off to the whole system. The cad cell wires attach
to the F F terminals in the control box. My
thought is to wire up a switch between the F F
terminals and close the switch when I fire with
wood or leave the switch open when I just want to
fire with the oil. Will my wiring idea work? Or is
this post as clear as mud. Or is there a better
way to wire this up?


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