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A couple of months ago I had a Buderus G115WS/3 installed with a Riello burner. I've noticed a couple things I'm hoping you guys that work on these on a regular basis can enlighten me on....
The system is running good but is a bit louder than my previous New Yorker/Beckett system. Most of the noise I notice is from the chimney, the noise from the actually unit running in the basement isn't bad. I understand that it is a positive pressure burner so it will run louder but was wondering if the stainless liner is making it worse. Also, the liner is 5" while the install manual seems to recommend a minimum of a 6" liner. The run from the basement to the top of the chimney is 30'. What size liner should be used?
Also, when running, I notice a plume of white smoke from the chimney. Is this common with the triple pass boilers?