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    Ok, two more questions regarding this project: ...

    Ok, two more questions regarding this project:

    1.) The tankless coil appears to have been plumbed in backward: i.e. the clearly labled "out" fitting is connected to the cold water suply and the...
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    Thank you for your replies Plumbworker and Peter....

    Thank you for your replies Plumbworker and Peter.
    I really appreciate your help.
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    Tempering valve selection

    Hello.
    I have a WM Gold Oil boiler that provides forced hot water baseboard heat and DHW.
    Recently, we removed an eletric HW heater that was in series with the output from the boiler tankless coil...
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    I don't know.. I'm still waiting for closure on:...

    I don't know.. I'm still waiting for closure on:
    http://www.terrylove.com/forums/showthread.php?t=13864

    :)
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    Update

    A plumber friend of my Dad was going to do the work, but he is ending up being very busy with other jobs.

    I don't know any local plumbers, so, I found a plumber on renovationexperts.com that...
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    More info

    Thanks again to all that replied.

    There have been a lot of comments back and forth about how much a DIY'er should get involved with large projects, when to call a professional, etc. I have been...
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    Thanks Gary. Yes, from the sewer profile plan...

    Thanks Gary.

    Yes, from the sewer profile plan I have, the sewer in the street is deep enough. The question is where in the line between my house and the street main is the line deep enough - that...
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    Thank you to all that replied. To answers...

    Thank you to all that replied.
    To answers everyones' questions/comments:

    Jimbo: Thanks for the Sill explanation. I wasn't even thinking that the sewer plan would reference the Sill in that way,...
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    Sewage pipe relocation question

    Hello. We are in the process of putting an addition on our house. Unfortunately, the sewer line from our house to the street runs right though the area we want to build on. The sewer line runs out of...
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    Maybe swimming pool antifreeze?

    Maybe swimming pool antifreeze would be even safer, since it is meant to be drained out of the pool lines into the pool when it is opened in the spring?
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    Ask DOW

    Try sending a message to DOW with your question:
    http://greatstuff.dow.com/

    Go to "Contact Us" and there is a form you can fill out and ask a question.

    I recently submitted a question asking...
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    Thanks again for the great info Joe and...

    Thanks again for the great info Joe and vaplumber.

    That's great info: I have the service notes from the past several years, and yes the different stats look similar year to year, but it's really...
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    More info on boiler

    Hi again. I have more information about this heating system now.
    The more I look into it, the more problems I find.
    Sorry for the length of this post, but there is a lot of information I wanted to...
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    Thanks for the great info Joe and vaplumber. ...

    Thanks for the great info Joe and vaplumber.

    The unit does not seem to make any loud noises when there is a delayed ignition, but it does sometimes produce an odor (oil-like) that lasts a few...
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    Thanks for the info Jim. To answer your...

    Thanks for the info Jim.

    To answer your points:
    When I said the temp gauge was over 200 deg F, I meant it was well over it, like around 210-215. The boiler at my house is setup very similarly,...
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    Oil burner delayed flame ignition

    Hi.
    Ever since my annual inspection/cleaning by my oil company a few weeks ago, my WM oil-fired boiler sometimes has a delayed flame ignition. I can hear the oil pump/blower start, the power assist...
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    Aquastat not breaking on high set point

    Hi there. I have read some great postings here and I have learned a lot from everyone's questions and answers.

    My mother-in-law has a WM oil-fired boiler, forced hot water and tankless domestic...
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