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Peerless TW-3 Hot-water Boiler (Steamhead)
had roughly the same room between the sections as my Burnham V-14. Getting a brush in there was not a problem at all. Of course, you have to actually slide the brush in between the sections, which I guess is too much work for some...... same as setting the burner up properly so it won't plug the boiler with soot in the first place. What a mess that was.....
There were some tracks under the coil plate but when I fired it nothing leaked. Maybe the gasket was replaced at some point.
Otherwise, it looked and ran fine. The installation and piping were nowhere near as good as yours, but at least they hooked the expansion tank to the air eliminator tapping. We're planning to do some upgrades later.
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