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Rayburn nouvelle smoke exhaust from boiler burner front pipe joint-copper small od. metal washer and rope seal!

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Normaly this little seal and washer is enough to keep the smoke in
you must have a unclear flueway. i would remove and clean the baffles in the top of the boiler burner first that make sure i have an updraught in the main flue pipe then try again

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