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Posted by Bob D. on September 22, 2006 at 13:21:04:
In Reply to: Kewanee Boilers posted by Ron on September 20, 2006 at 11:45:59:
If it's a hot water boiler, which I'm guessing it is from your "30 PSI water" comment, I wouldn't worry too much about the stationary engineer requirement. That typically applies to steam boilers over 15 PSIG. But you still might want to make a discrete inquiry to your insurance company or State Boiler Safety Board/Commission. Anyway, It's a little scary to me that there's nobody around that knows how the thing is supposed to work. Do you contract out for service? A "clean & tune" every 6 months would probably pay for itself pretty quick in efficiency and reliability, and let you sleep a little better at night. I recommend you pick up the yellow pages and get a real boiler service company to take a look at your unit and walk you through how it is supposed to work. Try to avoid jack-of-all-trades "Joe Blow's Plumbing & Heating".
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