Aquastat/Thermostat Zoom

Aquastat/Thermostat

SKU:2704-093

Brand: Amtrol

Amtrol
Qty Price
$69.95
/ each
$271.40 / box (4 units x $67.85)
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Specs

Application: Plumbing
Accessory

Description for Amtrol 2704-093

Aquastat/Thermostat for all residential models, excluding WH-10 and HWM-40

Aquastat/Thermostat

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4.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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4.0

Worth the money.

By Steve

from Smithfield, RI

Verified Buyer

Comments about Aquastat/Thermostat:

Works as promised. Lack of instructios may puzzle novice, but not to hard to figure out.

 
5.0

works great, would buy again

By Lou

from NY

Verified Buyer

Comments about Aquastat/Thermostat:

used this product for my boiler mate from amtrol, and works great. tank heats up nice, better than before,but I also added oil to the pump. Now I really have enough hot water to used three showers at the same time.

 
5.0

Great product and company

By Tom

from NY

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Comments about Aquastat/Thermostat:

This thermostat went in easy was an exact fit no need for a plumber took old one out put new one in works like a charm.

 
5.0

Great

By Jim

from New Hampshire

Verified Buyer

Comments about Aquastat/Thermostat:

Product was a perfect match to the original part.

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  • Aquastat/Thermostat

    Q:

    I believe after 19 years of perfect service, it now seems to me I have to switch out my thermostat for my Amtrol WH 7L 41 Gal. The tag hanging from the original says "replace thermostat without draining tank." Is it as simple as that? Looks simple enough....should I have any concerns or reservations before I order and do it myself? thanks, Larry
    Asked on 11/30/2012 by Larry from Orange County, New York

    3 answers

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      A:

      you dont drain the tank simple as unthreading the old sending rod and reattaching the wires took me no tinme at all

      Answered on 11/30/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Larry,
      I had this part fail on my water tank, which would cause it to always
      indicate that the water needed to be heated.
      When I replaced it, it did not require draining the tank or anything
      special. There is an access panel on the bottom that I removed to gain
      access to where the thermometer was inserted to the water tank (center
      bottom). You will have to unscrew the retaining bolt (you can see the new
      one on the catheter in the picture next to the knob unit) and slide out the
      old bulb. When I put in the new one, I just slid it in all the way then
      tightened the nut down so it was snug. I wasn't sure if tightening too
      hard would crush the catheter or not, so I figured I would just leave it
      snug.
      That was it, probably 5 minutes from start to end.
      I hope this helps.
      -Nate

      Answered on 11/30/2012 by Anonymous
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      A:

      Larry it's that simple -carefully insert all the way and backout a little
      (1/4") and snug the nut to hold in place. Best if you can bend the bulb
      sensing line about 1" from the bulb so the bulb makes contact inside the
      tube on the hot water tank. (careful not to kink). I also had to change the
      relay and the gasket on bottom of tank which required tank draining for the
      gasket. (gasket was leaking). Relay has been updated and is an excellent
      replacement. A screw holds the knob on the thermostat.

      Answered on 11/30/2012 by Anonymous
  • Aquastat/Thermostat

    Q:

    Does the 2704-093 Aquastat/thermostat control the ingnition of the oil burner as well as the circulator? My oil burner has been locking out more often since there is less call for heating.
    The water heater is connected to the boiler as a seperate zone.
    Asked on 5/23/2011 by Anonymous from Connecticut

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      A:

      It would still be looked at as another zone, as any indirect water heater would be.

      Answered on 5/24/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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