How to Take Out a Back Boiler?

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The first thing you should do before starting any removal process is to investigate if the back boiler has any asbestos lining. If it does a professional will be required, but if it doesn't start by cutting off the gas supply. Remove the flue, a metal tube that guides gases from the boiler to the roof, from the back of the boiler. Finally remove the back boiler by cautiously pulling it out from the wall.
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