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    Cast iron baseboard

    I have some cast iron baseboard hot water heaters in my house that was built in 1960. It was my primary house, but is now a tenant occuppied. My last tenants were really bad and either took or threw out half of the covers. I haven't been able to locate anything similar to replace it and I can't rent it until I get the valves covered. I think they are about 9" high. Pictures of the covers are at The covers don't have any markings, name, or number on them. Any thoughts on what I can do, or where I might be able to get some more of the covers. There are pictures at http://home.comcast.net/~mic5300/covers.htm. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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    Your local HVAC contractor can get them for you.
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    I tried two local plumbing warehouses and no one could figure out what it was becuase it didn't have any markings on it.

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    Try a heating contractor.
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    supply houses dont like to deal with homeowners. I would bet if you find a local hydronic guy, he can fix you up. Unfortunately home depot is not the solution.

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