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Posted by Rob Lake on January 26, 2004 at 11:38:13:
In Reply to: Re: Help with gas leak from gasket on Reynolds gas regulator posted by johnflange on February 03, 2002 at 12:30:45:
: : I have a Fitzgibbons steam boiler, gas fired, in my house - it says 1936 on the front of the cast iron.
: : It has a Reynolds (Anderson, Ind.) gas regulator attached, which has a small gas leak at one part of the gasket.
: : Do you have any suggestions what I can use to fix this minor gas leak from the regulator gasket?? I put a couple of extra bolts in the flange. It helped some, but there is still a bit of a gas odor when I put my (sensitive) nose right to one part of the gasket.
: : I finally had a plumber out, but he was no help either.
: : I haven't been able to find replacement parts for either the boiler or the gas regulator. I have no idea when these companies went out of business.
: : Do you have any suggestions where to get parts or a replacement?
: : I would very much appreciate your help.
: : Many thanks,
: : Paul
In 1963 Reynolds was acquired by Rockwell International.
Perhaps some help from them?
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