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Going on a limb and posting what I think may be a stupid question.
With no auto feed, what would cause the water level in my boiler to rise too high? Over the summer my steam boiler (new 4 years ago) water level would go up, causing me to drain a few buckets worth of water every few wks. What I am thinking is the manual feed may have a small leak and not really be off. I can't think of any other reason why the water level would rise if the system isn't running.