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revised Why would my boiler expel steam when it's set at 180F
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comment Why would my boiler expel steam when it's set at 180F
Thanks - I have added that detail.
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accepted Should I attempt to get to a potentially damaged trap and check it out myself?
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comment Should I attempt to get to a potentially damaged trap and check it out myself?
I did ask if it would be worthwhile to do a camera, but it is filled with very muddy water and when trying to snake it we only get about 4 feet in before we hit a wall of mud. I'm not sure what the pipe is made of - but that part is going to go to the plumber because I don't want to risk messing that up. I'm just trying to lessen the cost. Also, it is clay under the house. =(
Apr
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comment Should I attempt to get to a potentially damaged trap and check it out myself?
I don't think it's the trap itself, I think it's between the Y of the garage drain and kitchen, and the y with the main. @Steven the issue with that is that it's full of muddy water, I had a plumber come out and he tried to snake it too and failed, and when I asked about a camera he said that would work only if I could remove the water.
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comment Should I attempt to get to a potentially damaged trap and check it out myself?
@BMitch I figured out today that it goes into the sewer. I tried to snake it but it couldn't get through the trap. I'm thinking about a possible alternative entry? I found another drain in the house and it is also backed up, just not overflowing.
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comment How can I stop my boiler from making all this noise?
I have two gauges. One shows 0 psi but has accurate temperature. I'm not sure what the other is. Thoughts? i.imgur.com/VjWHMf3.jpg i.imgur.com/RGpFcwh.jpg
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comment How can I stop my boiler from making all this noise?
Thanks a ton. I don't have one of those keys, but I will search the 'net and my local hardware stores for one that works with mine. Are these keys (relatively) standard?
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