I have a newly acquired Central Boiler 1450 outdoor wood boiler. 75' run of 1" thermos pex placed 2 feet underground and then down into my basement Crown oil furnace. My 1800 sq ft home is all on 1 zone baseboard heat (basement is not heated) I do not have a wood boiler dealer near me so I have been speaking with dealer out of state where I have purchased some products from. I also looked at the install of the dealers furnace and mimicked the same install. My OWB supply is piped into the oil boiler supply inlet (after the pressure tank and circulator pump). The system returns through a T installed before the oil burner pressure relief valve and back to the wood boiler. The intent here was to keep the oil burner constantly not. My wood boiler is set at a max temp of 195 with a differential of 10 degrees. I can get to 195 relatively quickly at the wood boiler and I will then open up my valves inside the house for the wood boiler water to circulate into the oil burner. Oil burner temps are set to 160 high and 140 low. I filled the OWB through from the oil burner domestic water side as well as checked all purge valves on the wood boiler side for air. I also ran my baseboards up to pressure and opened up the air bleeder valves one by one to ensure no air in my system. My supply from the OWB is hot but I can keep my hands on the pipe for 5 seconds, with a cheap infrared temp meets the pipes are no hotter than 160 even when the OWB is at hi temp mode (200 degrees). The temp gauge on my oil burner reads no higher than 160 as well and the oil burner will still run to maintain that. I’ve even tried turning the oil burner to 140 and the temperature will continue to drop. My water condition has a pink dye in it which I can see if I purge any of the drains at my oil burner. Though when I purged my baseboards I only saw clear water. Lastly my OWB continues to smolder and then eventually throw a fire out cold because the system is not getting cooled water requiring the OWB to fire. The only way I’ve been keeping a fire for a day is by lowering the fan pulse mode to every 20 minutes for 60 seconds. Then in which the boiler will go into hi temp mode I have cranked the heat to 70 ( we normally keep the house at 59 during the day and 64 at night due to the oil bills. Have taken long hot showers only to loose hot water ( my oil boiler heats my domestic hot as well. My dealer suggested maybe since it was a used unit to change the circulator pump. I did that and still cannot seem to get things circulating in my base boards. If I open the purge valve on my OWB supply ( right at the entry into my oil burner ) I get very good water flow and after a few seconds the water starts to steam and I can feel the pex lines really begin to heat up on the supply. My pressure gauge on my oil burner reads 7psi and I have no circulator issues if when I’m hearing with just the oil burner. Im really lost at this point. Any thing I should be looking for next?