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    weil mclean model QB-180

    Turned off in summer (wrong thing to do) now will nit start. Pressed reset button and nithing happens. I have bled the system but nothing. Can anyone give me any idea as to what to do. Thank you.

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    Sep 2010
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    Lake Ronkonkoma, New York
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    If nothing happens how will bleeding it help? Looks like a job for a trained professional. If, for some reason, you do finally get this appliance to fire you could do some serious soot damage to the home. Not to mention the damage you may do to yourself.

    If the boiler has been off in a damp location, the ash between the sections has turned to mud. When fired, that mud may turn into high quality cement and make cleaning the boiler almost impossible.

    Call someone; it's your cheapest and safest option. Good luck.
    If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy.

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    Jan 2012
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    Broomall, PA
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    What Earl said........the QB-180 can be very finicky...besides it needs an annual service anyway..

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