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mrozich

03:42AM | 01/06/03
Member Since: 01/05/03
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I want to remove my bathroom radiator to tile my floor and paint the wall behind it. Everything I have read notes that there are two valves (one on each side) to shut off and then removal is simple. I see the off valve for the incoming flow, but on the outgoing side where the lockshield valve should be I see noting, only the angled pipe connections.

Any ideas or help would be great. Is it as easy as turning the heat off, closing the incoming flow, letting it cool, and then removing the radiator aloowing the excess water to flow out. Also, it is on the second floor.

Thanks!

mrozich

06:34AM | 01/06/03
Member Since: 01/05/03
2 lifetime posts
Thanks.

Just to confirm, I can't turn the water source back on until the radiator is put back in correct? Or is there a way to leave it out for a few days and wtill have heat, maybe a cap for the other end of the radiator?

Thanks again.

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