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Skimming without a skim port
It has been a nightmare here in providence with this old boiler in the place I am renting. So far we have unclogged both tubes that went to the sight glass, got the pressuretrol to work again, added a working gauge so we know that the pressuretrol is working, unclogged the partial clog that was in the return pipe (yes the return pipe was partial clogged!!!), and now I want to skim it because the water is not the best.
I was thinking because there is not a skim port that I open either the top or bottom tube that goes to the sight glass and just slowly open the water that fills the boiler and let that go for awhile. Does that seem like a good or bad idea.
Oh and thanks to everyone that has given sound advice. I would not have made it this far without you!!!