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How to remove an element from an economy 7 boiler. I tjought it unscrewed but I can't shift it

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Some economy jobs you can't remove them and have to replace them!
Get out the user manual or download it at the company web site or order it there! that could take time if you can't down load it!

Home Depot had a great sale on new ones this week too!!
Or if you have a plumber he can do the repair in 2 hours!
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