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We are installing a new, 650 MBH Burnham steam boiler. Impressed with how complete the kit is and how easy it assembled. The existing, old boiler has a series 67 low water cut-off, and series 101 fill value. The fill valve developed a steady leak so it was eliminated. Water was manually added as necessary. The low water cut-off had not been trouble free either. Plan was to maintain manual fill with new boiler and use a reliable, electronic, cut-off. A Hartford Loop would also be added. However, the new boiler kit has both a series 150S-MD primary cut-off/pump control, and back-up series 63M cut-off. Am confused on the best course of action. Should we use the included controls, or stick with the plan? If using the new controls is it best to mount in vertical, equalizer pipe, or use the 3/4 NPT ports on front of boiler?
Sincere thanks in advance for your consideration.