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Take the word from manufacture: "Combi boilers are designed to accomplish both space and water heating with a single appliance. Like a tankless water heater, a combi boiler provides hot water on demand. It can also seamlessly switch between water heating and space heating to provide the best possible experience." While the single appliance (water ...


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I think you're looking at it a bit wrong. It doesn't matter if it burns more or less gas, or stays hotter longer or circulates less. That's not how you reduce your heating costs. You want it to transfer heat as efficiently as possible from the burner to the room you're trying to heat. That means heating the water, having the water hold onto as much heat as ...


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I'm not sure I'd be "paranoid" about the situation, but a little bit of logical thinking would lead one to believe that a clogged system won't heat as well as a clean one and that would, therefore, lead to higher heating bills. If the pipes are, in fact, clogged with mineral build up, then that means they have, effectively, a smaller inside ...


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Meter is way too close to the window i would have the gas company come out and clean upgrade the meter to a 2psi system looks to be low pressure it up replace that frist galvi 90 on the wall with a tee with a shut off valve union and connect the second riser and pe and run to the new location


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One issue is not failure of the thermopile, but a covering of corrosion preventing heat reaching it. Certainly, try brushing the outside with sandpaper a bit to see if that fixes the issue. Another possibility is misadjustment -- check from a repair manual that the thermopile is correctly positioned in the pilot flame. Also check the connections: thermopiles ...


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I called the Green Tech Heat company and they said that it's safe to use their ePro 400 XP Electric Heat Bed Bug package in an apartment that has a natural gas line for the oven. They said the gas line doesn't need to be turned off or anything special. They also said that the heater is designed to be placed on carpet so you don't have to be concerned about a ...


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Some cleaning can be done before trying to replace the insulation. The biggest risk is using the wrong stuff and setting it on fire. To clean it, wet it with rubbing alcohol or water (alcohol is better since it evaporates faster and disinfects). Wipe accessible areas clean and soak up the milk in the insulation with a towel. Repeat as you see fit to get it ...


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The smell that will be coming is from bacteria, the best and safest solution is to replace the stove. If you replace the insulation be sure to use the proper type. Be sure it did not saturate the insulation on the side or bottom of the oven. I do not know your skill set but consider hiring a professional to replace the insulation. It is also possible your ...


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