How were you able to tell if those items are bad? I was just thinking of making up fittings to pressure test to system and visually inspect the fire box for cracks and holesI traded labor for my heatmor 200css, its a mid 90's model so pretty old. We were shooting for around $1,000 labor for the trade. One thing I would recommend is going over the machine well and adding up everything that needs replacing. I had to completely disassemble mine and replace both the aquastats, some of the wiring, clean out door and brackets, bladder, door seal, door tubes, blower fan, all the plumbing on the back, pumps, and thermometer on the front. Everything was pretty well worn out/blackened from years of use. In all I spent around $900.00 to refurbish the stove. Depending on the age of the stove there is a good chance many of these things are going to need to be replaced as well and the cost of these items isn't cheap.
I bought two used Hardy H4 boilers earlier this fall.Yeah I’m looking at this and an H2 from Hardy. Trying to figure out what would be the best to spend the money on to get me started
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