Combustion chamber liner replacement? or not?

Old 10-29-15, 07:42 PM
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Combustion chamber liner replacement? or not?

my liner in my oil Combustion chamber is about 12 years old and about 60-70 % complete, it has been torn up during clean up. should I leave it as is or replace it? Would waiting a few more years cause any serious damage?
I have a cast iron unit should I use wet or dry replacement?
Old 10-30-15, 02:52 AM
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Several well lit and in focus pictures of the combustion chamber/liner as well as the manufacturer and model of the equipment (boiler and burner each) would go a long way in giving you a definitive answer.

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