Age of Burnham boiler

Originally Posted By: lkage
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Any help appreciated.


Burnham
model XG 2000A
serial PXG2005A WRI

Ansi date was 1983 but it looked much, much newer.


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Originally Posted By: Jay Moge
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NACHI’S water heater calculater gave me 1997 month unknown 8.7 yrs old. icon_cool.gif icon_wink.gif


Originally Posted By: lkage
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Jay Moge wrote:
NACHI'S water heater calculater gave me 1997 month unknown 8.7 yrs old. ![icon_cool.gif](upload://oPnLkqdJc33Dyf2uA3TQwRkfhwd.gif)


Jay, I don't know how the water heater calculator works but his is a gas fired hot water boiler. I have to say that 8 years old seems more in line with the physical age appearance though.


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Originally Posted By: Monte Lunde
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Larry


I just talked to the tech support person and he responded to your E-mailed.

I think I have to buy a Lotto ticket today. I will let you respond to your own question.


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Monte Lunde CCI, CCPM, CRI
Viking Construction Services Inc.

Originally Posted By: lkage
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Monte Lunde wrote:
Larry

I just talked to the tech support person and he responded to your E-mailed.

I think I have to buy a Lotto ticket today. I will let you respond to your own question.


You're a kind man, Monte.

Yes I sent an email to Burnham. They said I provided them with 2 model numbers and if I could send the 8 digit serial number they would look it up.

There was no 8 digit serial number visible, so I asked what years they made this model. I'll let you know if I get a response. ![icon_wink.gif](upload://ssT9V5t45yjlgXqiFRXL04eXtqw.gif)


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Originally Posted By: Jay Moge
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Larry. i’m not sure either, that brand isn’t even an option, but just for poops and smiles i put it in anyway. all the other brands said “number not valid” but one (can’t remember which) gave me that responce. it could be wrong, but it’s all i got. here i’ll try to hyper-link it. icon_cool.gif


www.smartcheckonline.com/nachiwhage.html

if that didn't work just type what you see in your address bar.[/list]


Originally Posted By: lkage
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Jay Moge wrote:
here i'll try to hyper-link it. ![icon_cool.gif](upload://oPnLkqdJc33Dyf2uA3TQwRkfhwd.gif)

www.smartcheckonline.com/nachiwhage.html[/list]


I just get a gray box that I can't manipulate.


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Originally Posted By: Monte Lunde
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Larry,


The factory rep told me " Model was manufactured from 1987 to 1998. The 8 digit serial numbers where run consecutive and he would need the number to beable to lookup when it was manufactured".

It looks like 7 to 18 years old.


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Monte Lunde CCI, CCPM, CRI
Viking Construction Services Inc.

Originally Posted By: lkage
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Monte Lunde wrote:
Larry,

The factory rep told me " Model was manufactured from 1987 to 1998. The 8 digit serial numbers where run consecutive and he would need the number to beable to lookup when it was manufactured".

It looks like 7 to 18 years old.


Thanks Monte, I just got an email from them and it states the same.

I appreciate your effort.


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