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bleeding radiators

Posted by vicky on April 17th, 2001 08:56 AM
In reply to home radiators by Debbie on January 16th, 2000 09:17 PM [Go to top of thread]

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All you need to do is open the valve and let some of the steam/water out. When the water starts to flow, turn the valve back off.

When they need bled, it is a sign of too much pressure in the pipes, the heat cannot circulate because it is being blocked. this should be done once a year, at the beginning of the heating season. If you have a company that checks your furnace and/or water heater, ask the technician to show you how to do it.

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