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  • rystephan
    rystephan Member Posts: 19
    Thank you @109A_5 for the great videos.
    And, Thank you to All for your expertise and guidance! This site is an awesome resource and I really appreciate you taking the time to share your knowledge!
  • ethicalpaul
    ethicalpaul Member Posts: 4,212
    edited November 2022
    Sorry for my delayed response. I was referring to the relic of a LWCO, but looking at your boiler, it's pretty ready for scrap too. Save your money up this winter and start shopping for a replacement in the spring. You will have time to find a good installer--read the threads here about people complaining about their brand new boilers to find out what to look out for.

    If/when you sell the house the buyer will want a credit for this old thing if you don't replace it, might as well enjoy a new boiler yourself and not have to panic about it failing in January
    1 pipe Peerless 63-03L in Cedar Grove, NJ, coal > oil > NG