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    Default Re: Dating National Boilers

    I dated a National Boiler once. Never again.
    Thank you. Thank you very much.


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    Default Re: Dating National Boilers

    Ok, now I feel bad about making a joke.
    Do you have any pics of the thing? Does it look old?

    Last edited by John Arnold; 08-14-2008 at 07:16 PM. Reason: left word out

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    Default Re: Dating National Boilers

    Uhh.... yea.... its old.

    The homeowners have been there for 35 years and it was there when they bought it. Has not been serviced in 10-15 years professionaly.

    Homeowner worked for the electric company.

    I already recommended a new boiler just on age but I am curious how old the thing is and if the model and serial number will tell.

    thanks for making fun of the post too, it was funny.

    Jeff


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    Default Re: Dating National Boilers

    A lot of the boilers I see around Philadelphia have a foil tag wired inside the front cover with the date of installation kind of imprinted on it.

    You could always call or write to National Boilers at
    National Boiler Service - Contacts .


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    Default Re: Dating National Boilers

    Naa. Looked for the tag and none was present.

    I will try your source.
    Thanks!


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