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Old 03-09-2013, 05:00 PM   #16
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So I need a manometer to do this??

How do I do it once I have the meter or is it to complex??

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Old 03-09-2013, 05:18 PM   #17
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I might have mis read your earlier posting
If you moved the taps that are used to measure the gas pressure and then screwed then back in, and they are not leaking gas, everything is fine.
If you removed some gas adjustment covers and then adjusted a screw within, then testing is needed.
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Hello beenthere,
For a reason that I won't get into, I moved the inlet and out pressure taps on my Honeywell gas valve. I turned them back to where I think they were set.
If that is not the case, could I have affected the gas flow a great deal??
Do I now need to get an HVAC guy in to check the gas flow??

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Could be over or under fired then.

It would be best to have them checked, as no way to know how it is set now.
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Thank you for the help beenthere.
Have a good evening.
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Sorry beenthere for the misunderstanding.
All I touched was the inlet and outlet pressure taps on the gas valve.
So are you suggesting that I should have them tested (manometer) or am I fine with the way they are??

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If you didn't touch/adjust the pressure screw, no need to have it checked because you touched the pressure port plugs.
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Hey beenthere,

Are these pressure ports like set screws with an allen key socket??
That's the description of the two screws I touched.
If there are, I should tighten them all the way because that's where gas can escape??

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Ports are fine.
Thanks for all the help from this chat.

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Hey beenthere,

Are these pressure ports like set screws with an allen key socket??
That's the description of the two screws I touched.
If there are, I should tighten them all the way because that's where gas can escape??

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Yes, those are the ports where a manometer would be connected to in order to check gas pressure. As long as they are tight, your good.
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Hello can I ask a question here about a gas dryer??
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Hello can I ask a question here about a gas dryer??
Start your own thread in appliances about it.

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