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I've got a Head Knocker I want to move!
We are still planning our replacement boiler as son as we can turn the heat off. We are going with a Burnham MST396. Our system is a one pipe system. At the time of putting the boiler back in we are going to replace the wet returns. An addition idea we had was to relocate one of the dry returns as it's a head knocker and in the way. The problem with doing that is this: From what I've read in the books it seems like I have to have 28" from the bottom of the dry return before it can be wet. What would happen if I left one dry return a alone 28" plus) and made the one that I knock my head on only 25" down to the water line? Will this cause me problems with the boiler or with that 1/2 of the system that it serves? As always Thanks for your help~!!!! Joe