I have a steam boiler with a small hot water zone (for heating the kitchen).
My old system worked for decades.
With the installation of a new system the hot water coil clogs over the summer, when there is no heat. I need to get it replaced every year.
Yes, the hookup is at the bottom of the furnace, but so was the old system.
Anyone have any ideas?
loss of hot water pressure
vibrating hot water pipes
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Hot Water Zone off of a Steam Boiler
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