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ChrisJ Member Posts: 14,444
Ok, I'm not a pro and maybe I'm missing something, but I'm going to guess you're not supposed to use both of those tappings?
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I would be more concerned with that well implemented flue .You didn't get what you didn't pay for and it will never be what you thought it would .
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ChrisJ Member Posts: 14,444Flue looks like crap, but it seems solid and is done ok.
Honestly I'm more concerned with the fact he didn't flow nitrogen while brazing and argued that they never do that. I had started a thread about it sometime last year because I was in complete disbelief.
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The secondary tapping should be brought down to the ground with an open pipe, or have a float-safety installed on it. That way, you'll know when a condensate overflow condition is happening.0
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