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Author Topic: Central Boiler Edge 750 Titanium  (Read 106 times)

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Offline Logging logginglogging

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Central Boiler Edge 750 Titanium
« on: June 18, 2017, 09:55:46 pm »
So My new boiler is on the way, I am pretty excited and will install it over the summer. I have never really done step by step update post but I think I will give it a try, I am very excited to get it installed and have heard really great things about it. I will take pictures and do the best I can to tell everyone about it.
It will be at my dealer around Thursday, but unfortunately I will be out of town so I will not be able to take delivery until the following week.

Offline Roger2561

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Re: Central Boiler Edge 750 Titanium
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2017, 06:12:16 am »
logging, etc...  I'll be following this thread.  I just finished my 6th season heating my home with an E-Classic 1400 and DHW and I know nothing lasts forever.  I hope to get another 3 or 4 years out it before I have to replace it.  Heck, I have a professional welder/metal fabricator making a new air channel for the 1400 due to it coming part at the welds and cracking in many areas.  I had to make a trip to my dealer for a new test kit and looked over the Edge 750; very impressive and looks to be much easier to maintain and clean.  Roger     

Offline DDW_OR

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Re: Central Boiler Edge 750 Titanium
« Reply #2 on: June 19, 2017, 12:08:46 pm »
here is a link to my 750 install. it is not the Titanium,92218.0/all.html#top
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