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2018-May-20 Notice the shiney copper pipes on both sides of the boiler? After 10 years of service, the steel exhaust pipes, which run through the waterspace of the boiler from the bottom to the top, developed leaks. The easiest solution was to plug the leaky pipes and new pipes were installed. One side effect of running the pipes external to the boiler: A much wetter exhaust plume.