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The WM97+ has been removed from the list, unit is...

The WM97+ has been removed from the list, unit is no longer available. Apparently it had significant problems...

Lou
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Posted By Ednor

HE Boiler Selection

Hello,
I am finally getting a new boiler. Yes, I have done the sizing and necessary research. The brand / model choices come down to:

Crown Bimini
Burnham Freedom
Weil-Mclain WM97+

All are...
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NJ Trooper, The height of the cabinets is 22"....

NJ Trooper,
The height of the cabinets is 22". Total length of convectors is 270" or 22.5'. There are three tubes in each convector. Fin width is 5", height is 2.5"

Lou
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Posted By Ednor

First of all, I want to thank you all for your...

First of all, I want to thank you all for your time and input.

After speaking to a friend of mine, I have decided to add integrated domestic hot water when I upgrade the boiler and lose my 10...
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Posted By Ednor

This is from my contractor: As far as the BTU...

This is from my contractor:
As far as the BTU rating for your home goes you can find plenty of BTU calculators on the web but what they don't take into consideration is your homes old piping and...
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Posted By Ednor

I have plenty of room to vent, I have a decent...

I have plenty of room to vent, I have a decent back yard so no concerns there.
The home is 1250 SF, not including the finished basement.
Yes, I am saying good bye to the oil monkey.
In wall fin...
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Posted By Ednor

I did the heat loss calculation and came up with...

I did the heat loss calculation and came up with 16,785 BTU/hr loss. This appears to convert to 45,000 BTU output according to the slant fin program. Not quite sure if that is correct. I am going...
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Posted By Ednor

Boiler Replacement Recommendations

Hello,
I am replacing my aged oil fired boiler. I am looking at a 90%+ condensing boiler. Middle group brick town-home in Baltimore. Looking for feed back on the following brands and other...
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Posted By Ednor

I was able to get a replacement motor for 42.50...

I was able to get a replacement motor for 42.50 and now all is quiet in the kitchen...

Lou
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Posted By Ednor

Noisy Fridge

I have a GE (model TBF21ZB) fridge. It started making noise last night. It sounds like a bad bearing in a fan or something caught in the fan fins. I took off the bottom vent cover, but I cannot...
12-06-09, 10:03 PM
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Posted By Ednor

Thanks for your responses, I will perform a...

Thanks for your responses,
I will perform a diagnostic tomorrow and update you with the findings. Blower is clean as well as filter. Filter is not properly secured, that needs to be repaired.
12-06-09, 05:20 PM
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Posted By Ednor

LOL (no heat)

LOL is not a laugh line. Little Old Lady is what it stands for.
Long story short, friend of family calls, no heat...

Two story town home (1200 sf) with basement. Goodman gas fired furnace...
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Posted By Ednor

Furd, Sorry about the spelling error. I was...

Furd,

Sorry about the spelling error. I was not really asking a question, just wanted to thank you and the others on this board.

Lou
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Posted By Ednor

Thanks to Ferd and all..

Just a short note to thanks you guys for your contributions to this board. I have an old boiler original to my home. Two years ago I installed a new beckett burner and have been very happy with it,...
12-23-08, 08:27 PM
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Posted By Ednor

Some homes with a large bubble tub in the master...

Some homes with a large bubble tub in the master have a separate heater just due to its size.
Glad you got it fixed
ednor the home inspector
12-23-08, 06:01 PM
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Posted By Ednor

Was the WH in the attic the only one in the home?

Was the WH in the attic the only one in the home?
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Posted By Ednor

Did you try replacing the thermo couple? My...

Did you try replacing the thermo couple? My neighbor had a similar problem and that took care of it........
12-23-08, 05:36 PM
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Posted By Ednor

Walnut oil is another option, no fumes and will...

Walnut oil is another option, no fumes and will dry. I have used it on bare wood, but don't know how well it will work on a surface with tung oil that has been previously applied. Try it in a small...
12-23-08, 05:12 PM
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Posted By Ednor

As a home inspector, I would point out to my...

As a home inspector, I would point out to my clients that the railing is not continuous and presents a safety hazard. Not sure without pictures, what you mean by removing the wall at the bottom of...
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Posted By Ednor

I went with a Beckett AFG with a .85, 80 degree...

I went with a Beckett AFG with a .85, 80 degree nozzle.
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Posted By Ednor

I installed a new burner, now on its second year....

I installed a new burner, now on its second year. Works great and burns nice and clean. This year I added r30 to the attic, and now it runs even less. Don't need any parts, but will probably...
10-25-08, 03:20 PM
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Posted By Ednor

Replacing Damaged Insulation

I had to replace part of the flooring over a crawl space (vented) due to a leaking water heater. The old insulation was foil backed fiberglass. Is there a better option or should I just get the...
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Posted By Ednor

Best Method For Cutting Hole

Hello,
I am installing a new 6" kitchen exhaust duct and boot. The roof has plywood sheathing and one layer of asphalt shingles.
What is the best method or tool to make this cut? I plan on...
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Posted By Ednor

The Boiler is a Low Pressure Burnham RFA110TH-TB...

The Boiler is a Low Pressure Burnham RFA110TH-TB built in 6/2000. The pressure is just over 50 right now - there is a little red arrow pointing at 40 - is this where it should be? The temp was 170...
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Posted By Ednor

Previously the aqustat was wired to the tt...

Previously the aqustat was wired to the tt terminals on the RA117A if that is any help. My real question is, if the burner shuts of when the aqustat hits 180, is that, in combination with the cad...
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