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exactly Ken

@ May 18, 2009 8:55 PM in Whats Wrong With These Pictures


@ May 18, 2009 8:49 PM in Cleaning oil burner nozzles?

Dan G, he may be thinking green? I can almost see the recycle aspect, but not with something so critical. By all means, the metal/brass can be recycled. peace

they are

@ May 18, 2009 5:44 PM in system2000 are they as good as they claim

I've mentioned on here and other sites that I have used them since 1984, and they are very impressive. Efficiency, noise level, Digital Manager, and so on. As stated by others, they require qualified techs, who also have an open mind, to service them, and they are American designed and manufactured. peace

not done yet?

@ May 18, 2009 5:36 PM in Replacing an Oil-fired Hot Water Boiler

Jean, they still have you up in the air with that install?

look closely

@ May 18, 2009 5:35 PM in Whats Wrong With These Pictures

Anyone who opened those pics can clearly see that there are faulty joints that are clearly allowing exhaust to escape before it enters the chmney. I don't think this was about square or round or even the use of duct work, but is this the way it should have been done in this case. Clearly no when you see the potential for health hazzard. How fire proof is the ceiling above the ducts? I don't think these ducts were installed originally with the intention of safely exhausting from any appliance. JMO. peace


@ May 18, 2009 5:23 PM in Cleaning oil burner nozzles?

As Al said, there is no cleaning of oil nozzles, only replacing them. That's like having the oil changed on your car and not replacing the filter. Start fresh with all new filters, strainers, and nozzle to assure correct spray patern and atomization. peace

what the hell

@ May 16, 2009 4:38 PM in Whats Wrong With These Pictures

were they thinking? common sense out the window. peace


@ May 14, 2009 8:44 PM in Output of finned tube in \"window box\"

I have all cast iron baseboard in my home, and wouldn't replace it with anything but. peace


@ May 14, 2009 8:05 PM in Zone valves with glycol

They are all vulnerable I find, and any rubber along the way. I guess it's the price you pay for freeze protection? I generaly prefer all circs and flowchecks if from day one it has glycol, but even the "O" rings in the circ start to show signs of leakage. Depending on the conditions, I try to run a lower percentage and test it yearly. peace

wall convectors

@ May 14, 2009 5:45 PM in Output of finned tube in \"window box\"

that's what it sounds like on a monoflow system?


@ May 13, 2009 10:54 PM in conversion gun

Budget payment plans can be had with oil companies also, atleast mine offers them. Makes for a predictable monthly exspense. As for gas conversion burners, the new ones are an improvement, but on an old coal conversion boiler that had oil, there's no way it will heat it as quickly as with oil, sorry. peace

I hear that Charlie

@ May 13, 2009 8:26 PM in The circus is back in town

We are a full service oil company on Cape, and there is way too much competition with the flyers, mailings, etc. Someone who has to sell themselves that hard leads you to think, Why? We don't beg borrow or steal customers, they come to us by word of mouth. I'm sure you are finding that out your way too Charlie. peace

well said Steam

@ May 13, 2009 8:16 PM in I'm done with Hewlett-Packard

sun something

@ May 13, 2009 7:44 PM in baseboard radiation

Al, I think he may be thinking suntec fuel pump?? I've only seen Sun Temp in the field, and not sure if you can still find it. I think Sterling is close to it if you are trying to match something up. Sometimes it's best to replace the whole run. When the fins are plugged or bent, it won't heat well. peace

are you sure

@ May 13, 2009 7:21 PM in baseboard radiation

it's not sun temp that you have and are looking for?

Is there

@ May 13, 2009 6:50 PM in ghost heat

A kick space heater somewhere on that loop?

That being said

@ May 13, 2009 6:02 PM in Updating Steam Boiler to a New Riello?

Any burner will only perform as good as the install or the techs servicing it. Riello is a great burner if installed and set up properly. The boiler will not last longer by replacing the burner, infact what make/model/year of steamer do you have? Could be throwing good money after bad? peace

It's sad

@ May 13, 2009 5:56 PM in I'm done with Hewlett-Packard

That you buy a PC, pay for the software, and it's junk. I personally have been lookin long and hard at Mac. I don't think they pull that different software labeling crap. I'll have to recheck my daughter's lap top for her Vista version. It's not the Home edition, and has failed many many times, Not a good thing for a college student. The lap top is an IBM Thinkpad, top of the line in every way. Software is Vsta garbage. peace


@ May 13, 2009 5:27 PM in I'm done with Hewlett-Packard

Whole different ball game Paul. Compaq was one of the best, next to IBM PC, untill they merged with HP. I bought 2, both were garbage. The vista program is also no damn good as well. As stated by another, keep your XP alive as long as possible. peace


@ May 12, 2009 8:53 PM in I'm done with Hewlett-Packard

They are probably made in some sweat shop in some unheard of country now. I bought an Officejet all in one 8 years ago, and it hasn't failed me as of yet. Hope I haven't just put the hex on myself. Besides the costly ink, it works great. It may be more of a Best Buy issue. They have been caught before doing some questionable transactions with their customers. peace

looks like

@ May 12, 2009 5:56 PM in Water valve question - never saw this

the two supply lines were too short, and that mess was the first thing his hands rested upon. Sure hope it is removed, or capped off. peace

Out Door Reset

@ May 11, 2009 8:27 PM in New hot water boiler

Ted, it works on oil too
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