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My automatic water feeder failed recently (no longer operates). A plumber from my boiler company tested it and declared it dead. Estimate for replacement was $500. The plumber said it wasn't really needed, as I manually fill the boiler each week after blowing down the low water cutoff anyway. He said it wasn't really a safety issue as long as I continued to clean out the cutoff each week. Agree or disagree? Why would one install the automatic feeder? The system is a one-pipe steam system. Thanks.