Re: Outdoor temp sensor to control oil burner
I would agree with Dobbs --- you wouldn't want to do that.
Originally Posted by fredess
You should consider having an outdoor reset installed as Sten mentioned.
This system monitors the outside temp and works to adjust the boiler water temperature accordingly. So, on warmer days the boiler doesn't need to bring the water temperature up to maximum as would be needed on cold days.
Combined with adjusting your thermostat(s) lower ( say 52 degrees ) while away from home will save a lot of oil.
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