Do you have an older furnace? Then you need to check out the combustion chamber liner because once it is gone the burner flame will literally burn a hole through your furnace fire box. Think you are all set as you have your furnace serviced annually? WRONG! Failing to have this checked and replaced if necessary will cost you megabucks $$$$$$ as you will need a new furnace. Find out where to get a new liner below. This video shows replacing a chamber liner in a Weil McLain 66 Series or 68 series oil fired boiler.Click here to search for your furnace model
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really enjoyed your video very nice job . My chamber has fire brick, can I remove that and replace it with that wet material you used?
Glad you enjoyed our video. Fire brick is made to hold the heat in whereas the material we used is made to protect metal from heat. The fire brick can withstand a higher temperature than metal. To answer your question, we would advise against it.
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