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Old 20-06-2009, 09:55 PM   #1
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Brand new in 2007, only used for a couple of months. I've just taken it out as were having a different boiler put in. Not really sure how much it's worth yet?

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Old 21-06-2009, 05:11 AM   #2
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boiler itself i can get for around £600-£650 new, so i'd say with the vertical flue kit and control's etc £300 ono
quite good boiler's, i fitted these every day for the past 2 year's for the council down here, not really had a problem with them so far :thumb:
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Cheers mate Have an idea now.

Forgot to say, collection is best from the Birmingham area, might be able to deliver if it's not too far.
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Just checked the paperwork and the boiler was installed in April 2007, and used for 4 months. Also have the installtion and service guide.
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Had a couple of pm's, just wanted to add that it came out of a semi detached with 8+ rads.
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Old 25-06-2009, 04:25 PM   #6
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Just to help if anyone is interested...the Ideal Icos HE18 is a 60,000 btu rated boiler
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Just to help if anyone is interested...the Ideal Icos HE18 is a 60,000 btu rated boiler
Is that good or bad?
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im a heating engineer, this boiler is good 2 work on jus usualy pcb's dat go! but new boards (orange boards) are uprated!
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