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I'm looking at a used New Yorker but can't figure out it's age. Is there a way to tell by serial number or something please?
Here are some pictures, it's an FR-122-W
Thanks guys. I will definitely clear my head and sit down and try to figure out all the info in Dana's reply.
Dana, thanks for all the info (thanks to all that replied), thanks for taking the time to answer me so in depth. Definitely more to it than I ever imagined. That boiler was in my house for around 18...
I'm ready to buy now, I've decided to stay with OIL for now. Can anyone tell me a way to figure out my BTU's?
Is there a decent online Calculator? Manual J load calculator?
So it sounds to me, and I'm holding anyone to anything mentioned here, that if I stayed with oil and reduced my boiler to one that has an output around 40,000 - 45,000 BTU's (guess I'd have to hire...
Please see answers in the quote. Thanks Dave
If I'm WAY over BTU ing this house now at 160,000 BTUs and I reduce to around 40 - 50,000 BTU's Logically I should be using a LOT LESS oil, correct?
Also, since I'm heating using cast-iron...
The house is 1800's, stone, newly updated, plenty of insulation and all windows are no more than 10 years old (double pane).
I have also thought about the Heat Pump (mini-split) scenario. What...
I currently have a Weil Mclain boiler that is about 20+ years old, but unfortunately it has a leaky exchanger. I want to replace this OIL burner boiler, but not sure if I would stay OIL or go LP (no...