I thought I'd try alt.hvac before alt.antique......
I need whatever info may be available for this
1970's boiler. Links or past recollections.
It WILL be retired after one more season but
until then I would feel better about it if I knew
a little more than nothing about it.
You ask questions about the things that concern you.
It's really not that hard.
Did you have a book for reference to ask questions on Usenet?
If not, how did you ask a question here?
See, it's pretty simple.
Is the boiler safe?
Is the boiler efficient?
Does the boiler require anything for safe operation?
Is there anything I need to do as routine maintenance?
Do you see anything that would concern you?
Can you get me a proposal for a new system?
Man that's hard!
You're one clueless twit...
When your car breaks down, do you require a manual *before* you're able to
take it in for repair and tell them its broken?
Geez... life must really be hard for a guy like yourself.
So I assume when you take your car in when it's broke you make no
attempt to look into the problem yourself. You would never buy a
Chilton manual? You would never approach your brother in-law the
Who's the clueless one here? And foolish.
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