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Hey all. I noticed last spring I was adding water more than usual, but didn't really pay much attention to it. Now, this winter, I'm pretty much adding water daily. It goes through enough that it will trip the LWCO after a couple days, depending on how much it has run. There is no leaks that I can see, certainly with that amount of water I think I'd notice it.
I was filling it up one day last week, and noticed water dripping onto the burners, that are underneath the boiler itself. I haven't noticed it since, but I don't really sit around and watch my boiler either.
Any starting points? Tips, advice, point in the right direction? Boiler is a Burnham IN6, if it matters.
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