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I was a taken back when I saw the HVAC unit and water heater installed in the kitchen, a first for me. I checked the IRC and I believe I found the places they could not be, which didn’t include a kitchen. So, are there any technical or safety type reasons not to install these units in a kitchen? Also, I’m having trouble determining the age of the Sears/Dunkirk boiler (series PW41 Model 229 963440 Serial 29830015). Thanks in advance.

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Hi,

It was manufactured the 29th week of 1993.

Here's a tip. The next time you need some information about something, save yourself some time and do a search of TIJ first. It could literally save you hours of time. Just click on home, and on the home page put your search term in the search box and search all forums. If you'd done that in this case, you would have found this post: https://www.inspectorsjournal.com/forum ... ms=dunkirk

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Mike

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