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broken bleed valve on burner
Good morning all.
My apartment ran out of oil last month, and once we had our delivery I had to bleed the air to get the boiler/furnace to fire back up. As I was tightening the bleed valve (nipple, spigot, not sure what the technical term is) it sheered off. It's in the closed position thankfully, but I don't know what to do from here. Is this something that is easily replaceable? Or did I just buy a new boiler/furnace? Best I can tell it's a Weil-Mclain Model 45-22 (which despite my best efforts, I can find no information on).
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance!