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Lochinvar High-Limit Switches

The Lochinvar high limit switch is a crucial component in Lochinvar boilers, designed to monitor and control the boiler's temperature. This safety device prevents the boiler from overheating by interrupting the heating cycle when temperatures exceed safe limits. However, if the Lochinvar boiler high limit switch keeps tripping frequently, it could indicate underlying issues such as a malfunctioning thermostat, restricted water flow, or mineral buildup in the heat exchanger. The high-limit switch needs regular checks and maintenance in order to operate correctly and to identify any reasons why it may fail. Immediate resolution of these issues maximizes the lifespan and performance of Lochinvar boilers, ensuring safe operation.

FAQs

Why does my Lochinvar boiler high limit switch keep tripping?

Your Lochinvar boiler high limit switch may be tripping due to issues such as low water flow, air in the system, or a malfunctioning temperature sensor.

What is the purpose of the Lochinvar high-limit switch on a water heater?

The Lochinvar high-limit switch in a water heater serves to prevent overheating by shutting off the heating elements when water temperatures exceed safe limits, ensuring safety and preventing damage to the unit.

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