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Skim Port Drain Plug Removal Advice
Looking for some help. I recently had work done on my single pipe system, and need to skim the boiler. I have what looks to be an inch and a half or 2 in. drain plug that I cannot get loose. I've used a 3 foot pipe wrench and applied as much pressure as I dare, but since the plug appears to be bronze I don't want to tear it. Access is very limited with the site gauge on one side and low water valve on the other. Anyone have suggestions on how to remove this drain plug?
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