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boiler overflow tank leak
I have an old, over 60years, hot water radiator system. the boiler has an overflow tank mounted into the ceiling, which seems to have developed a leak.
a hot water heater is located below the overflow. replacing the overflow will require cutting and removing the plumbing to the hot water heater, along with some ceiling damage. not to mention the hassle of trying to work without being able to get directly below the tank.
i presume that it isn't a good idea to run the system without the overflow tank? would it work to connect another one in another location, perhaps on the floor?
Other possible solutions?