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byrne

08:49AM | 01/18/01
Member Since: 01/17/01
2 lifetime posts
The pump is leaking at about a gallon per day. How do I go about finding the cause and
cure? Also, what does losing this water mean
in terms of maintainence in the short run?
I'm told the boiler could use replacing..how
big a job is that and are there there better
meathods or systems to consiser? And.. the hot water tank is about to go, is there a combo solution?

HOLLYWOOD

02:10AM | 01/20/01
Member Since: 02/19/00
205 lifetime posts
The pump has a bad seal. Replace the pump or the bearing assembly (depending on which pump you have).
There is a setup that will heat the water for heating your house and then heat your domestic water.

HOLLYWOOD

02:10AM | 01/20/01
Member Since: 02/19/00
205 lifetime posts
The pump has a bad seal. Replace the pump or the bearing assembly (depending on which pump you have).
There is a setup that will heat the water for heating your house and then heat your domestic water.

byrne

06:04PM | 01/22/01
Member Since: 01/17/01
2 lifetime posts
Thanks Hollywood. Where do I look for this set up and can I do it myself in a day?

HOLLYWOOD

11:35AM | 01/24/01
Member Since: 02/19/00
205 lifetime posts
G&G series 100, ( red in color ) has a bearing assembly that can be replaced. I do not recomend that you change it yourself. It's a-little difficult to explain.

integradad

11:09AM | 05/16/01
Member Since: 05/15/01
6 lifetime posts
I've seen a couple of tankless HWHs do the job. Check out:
http://www.cetsolar.com/plumbingt-k1.htm

I hope that helps



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