Baxi Burmuda LFE3 Super - seperating them?

24 May 2009
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We're under way in getting work done on the living room, but we're fed up of our hideous boiler fire front.

Its a Baxi Burmuda LFE3 Super combi boiler and we've found that getting a new front for the fire is pointless as they're eexpensive, hard to come by and equally as hideous as the existing one.

So our next question is, is it possible to seperate the 2 parts, detach the fire part from the boiler and keep the boiler working?

And does anyone have any further advice regarding this?

Cheers chaps.
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Further advice: replace boiler with 21st century boiler and save 30 to 40% on your annual gasbill, at the same time avoiding the draft, and safety issues caused by an antique design.
Thank you both for your replies, i have to say, just getting a new boiler would be brilliant but blinking finances... >.< Still, will encourage the idea.
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Just look at your gasbill, take about 40% of that, and that is what you are loosing every month, if you can afford that, you can afford a new boiler.
Next job I will do, looking at their bills, we estimated the whole job will be paid back in about 7 years, less if the prices keep going up.
Sadly, I found that out after I did the quote. :D
Bengas .. so fully pumped system with TRVS changed to condensing boiler will give 40% savings.
If your selling point is gas saving of at these rates do you g`tee it if not why not

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