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11-15-11, 04:20 PM
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Posted By Grady

The caulking gun with furnace cement is worth a...

The caulking gun with furnace cement is worth a try. You have nothing to loose.
11-09-11, 05:21 PM
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Posted By Grady

Other than the condition of the firebrick, the...

Other than the condition of the firebrick, the biggest thing I saw was a lopsided flame. The flame seemed to be much heavier on the right side than the left. This could be due to any number of things...
11-08-11, 06:06 PM
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Posted By Grady

Don't know how much I'll be able to tell, but...

Don't know how much I'll be able to tell, but sure, I'll be glad to take a look. Just provide a link.
11-08-11, 01:34 PM
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Posted By Grady

Without being able to see the flame or do a smoke...

Without being able to see the flame or do a smoke test, I'd simply be guessing about the flame.
11-07-11, 05:10 PM
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Posted By Grady

The wet pack will indeed handle any temperatures...

The wet pack will indeed handle any temperatures that Iron Fireman can produce, and then some. In modern flame retention burners the flame should not hit the chamber, not sure about older burners but...
11-06-11, 04:47 PM
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Posted By Grady

I seriously doubt refractory cement will stick...

I seriously doubt refractory cement will stick unless you can clean the surfaces with a wire brush. It is possible, unlikely but possible, you could get a "wet pack" fiber combustion chamber for that...
11-05-11, 05:15 PM
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Posted By Grady

Iron Fireman?

I didn't know there were still any in existance (residentially), let alone in service. That piece of equipment has to be at least 60 years old. Give it a graceful retirement.1949 IRON FIREMAN oil...
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