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draining my heating system to fix a leak


Posted by Brian J. Ferri on September 21st, 1999 01:04 PM

I have a gas furnace, base board hot water, 2-zones.
I have a leak upstairs that I can repair by cutting
and sweating the copper, but I'm not sure how to drain
the furnace to fix the leak and then fill it up again
and have it go back to the 15 lbs of pressure.
I know where the shut off is and the drain valve on the
furnace. Do I have to blow the pilot light out too?

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