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Thermodynamics CWL85LE

Has any one purchased part# 337805(Cerablanket floor insulation) or part# 337800(Ceraform floor board 19x19) for a thermodynamics CWL85LE oil fired boiler


  • HVACNUTHVACNUT Posts: 2,184Member
    No, I usually replace the boiler to a 3 pass or an EK.
  • STEVEusaPASTEVEusaPA Posts: 2,918Member
    That's not a bad boiler. Why do you need to replace the blanket?
    My guess would be you are the first person to pull the burner on a cleaning and it's a mess in there.
    Getting the front off to replace it could be a daunting task.
    The best thing about vertical baffle boilers is that they are easy to clean, no pins.
    The biggest problem with vertical baffle boilers is when the baffles break they usually fall into the chamber, but the broken piece is just long enough to stay vertical in front of the flame and create havoc. These baffles are pretty short so not as bad as a Columbia Emerald.
  • verticaldownverticaldown Posts: 3Member
    seeing if it has been done, seems like a little hole to install that 19 x 19 board. seems intact, boiler is installed in a levittown,pa "rancher" home. which is in the bathroom. little access in front of boiler. Have you ever purchased these items or replaced with other options. thanks for your response
  • STEVEusaPASTEVEusaPA Posts: 2,918Member
    You should be able to pull the burner and look inside. Which should be done on every cleaning. But you may do more harm than good, as you could break a bolt or 3. First you'll need a new burner flange gasket. Or you can remove the entire front, in which case you may damage the door panel and of course break some bolts.
    Then you may need a new rope gasket. But if I recall, on that boiler the door panel may also be the gasket.
    Besides what appears to be general curiosity, are you having an actual problem?
  • verticaldownverticaldown Posts: 3Member
    no door on this model unless they hide it real good behind the jacket. no problem, kid just bought house, did a cleaning, just seeing if available, and if anyone had a exploded view of boiler , did notice burner flange was rotted at bottom, apparently a water leak, but no sign of leak at cleaning .
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