Can i use an existing flu for my new boiler?


Postby m7ohn » Wed May 30, 2007 8:49 pm

I have had a Baxi gas fire and back boiler removed and have purchased a Worcester Condensation Boiler - Junior 24i.
I would like the new boiler sited where the old boiler was removed from due to all the pipework being in the area.
Could i use the flu of the old boiler which is a flexible flu liner going up to the chimney?

Thanks

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Postby AndyB » Wed May 30, 2007 10:14 pm

Sorry but no you can't.All instructions on where you can or can't flu a boiler are usually in the installation instructions for the boiler
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