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Hot Water Booster Tank Leaking
OK, so I'm trapped in this 100+ year old house for the time being with what looks like an old gravity system piped to an ancient oil boiler that might have been an entry in your ugly system thread.
The system is old and inefficient but generally runs OK so I was hoping to get through this winter and replace it after the heating season.
I'm looking for suggestions on how proceed with this problem. I have a tfi/everhot WB50 glass lined booster tank that has started to weep. It is fed through a tankless coil on the boiler. It's 5 year warranty has probably just expired (I'll have to check some documentation on this).
I was hoping to replace this in the spring with an indirect off a new boiler.
If I still have the warranty I would just have it replaced until spring. If not, I'm wondering about the best alternatives to get this remedied in a timely manner.
Install another zone with an indirect that could be incorporated into the new system?
Install a temporary electric?
Install a gas heater? The gas in the house is currently only used for cooking.
Thanks for any thought or suggestions.