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Burnham IN4 steam boiler piping
Had a burnham IN4 steam boiler installed last year. Now im seeing the piping is backwards and not high enough above water level. I had the contractor who installed it back in today and hes arguing with me that its fine that the return cones down, and then the returning condensation comes back across the boiler riser pipes, which would explain why the thing sounded like a freight train at times last winter. I showed the guy right in the burnham manual the way burnham says to pipe it, and also states in correct piping will make alot of noise and could make the boiler not run as efficiently possible. Is this going to turn into a battle?