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chemical cleaning of heater coil?
My Smith Series 8 heater coil had to be replaced because of buildup of deposits in the heater coils. The heater man that replaced it said he use to chemically clean these units but because of the difficulties of regs he no longer does them. I kept the old one with hopes of finding someone in my area that can either clean it or tell me how to do it and where to purchase the chemical and pump I will need to do the job. If anyone can help me in my search please let me know.