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Posted by Joe on October 29, 2006 at 06:28:10:
I have a residential peerless boiler in my home. It is 6 years old. I was reading the manual and it says that every year I should check the baffles to see if there is corrosion or rust on them and replace them if needed. My boiler runs all year long. I never shut it down, in winter it heats house and heats water, in summer it just heats water. But I never shut it down. Should I be concerned with checking the baffles every year? I have to take a lot apart to get to them and brake the flue collector blanket seal to do this. Do I really have to do this every year for a boiler that never shuts down? Thanks.
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