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I think theres an issue with an install
I gave my niehbor some advise this spring when he got bids for a new gas boiler. 1: I asked him to have them install a drop header which he elected not to do and 2: run both dry returns down to meet the 28" drop then tie them together wet then into the boiler
The contractor instead left both dry returns tied together (as they already were) up high and tied them together about one foot above the boiler. I thought that this was the wrong way to do it. Will he have problems as a result of this? Is it acceptable to tie 2 dry returns together and only have about 1 foot of wet return.
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