Flews that hit the dew point

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Old 02-26-15, 07:22 AM
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Flews that hit the dew point

I was having a spirited discussion with N J Trooper about his flawed boiler instillation , manual damper in smoke pipe , pipe sizes up and down and to top it all off sulphuric acid running out the smoke pipe , not what I would expect from a seasoned installer and because he has a closed mind he closed the thread. I would like to continue this discussion with anyone with this problem.
 
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Democracy is hard to find on the internet. What makes you think that he won't close this thread? BTW, isn't that flues?
 
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My installation is not flawed.

I do not have a manual damper in the pipe, I have an automatic damper and a NPP plate installed to provide the proper draft in the boiler.

because he has a closed mind he closed the thread
Sorry, I don't have a closed mind. I closed the thread because it was over 2 years old and there was nothing further to be added to it. It was going nowhere. It was done.

A flea and a fly in a flue
were imprisoned oh what could they do?
Said the flea "let us fly"
Said the fly "let us flee"
So they flew through a flaw in the flue.
 

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2 years old? No wonder I don't remember it!
 
 

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