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Old 10-11-2012, 02:06 PM   #111
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I run two 32s with NG plumbed directly to my house. I go shut off valve (either wide open and completely closed), through flex hose with a gas quick-connect, to two Honeywell valves directly to the burners and can throttle down the Honeywell valves themselves to give me a nice two... Three.... Four.. Or 36 inch blue flame if I want to.

I have never plugged any of my jets or modified the burner in any way.

I will try to get the exact model number off the valves because this comes up all the time.

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Old 10-11-2012, 02:21 PM   #112
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Are the Honeywell valves the ones that are wired into a control panel and stop flow if the pilot burns out, and can be electronically controlled? Or do you mean they are simply a regulator?

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Old 10-11-2012, 02:42 PM   #113
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Yes, the are wired into a control panel, are electronically controlled and shut down when the pilot blows out.

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Yes, the are wired into a control panel, are electronically controlled and shut down when the pilot blows out.
Would they be the Honeywell VR8200A valves? These are 24V, but are the combination pilot and gas control for NG. Was yours 24V, and did you get a transformer to get to 120VAC?
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