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heydobbs

04:28PM | 12/07/06
Member Since: 12/06/06
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I can always hear the water flowing through my hot water baseboard pipes. Half of my condo gets heat, but the other half does not. I suspect I have air trapped in my pipes.

I do not have access to the high points of my pipes because I live in a condo building, so I can't look there for pressure reliefs.

This is what I can see in my furnace in my condo:

City water comes in a splits 1. into furnace, and 2. into hot water heater.

Then, there are two pipes coming out of my furnace.

One of the pipes had a pressure bell then a black knob valve and then goes into the wall.

The other pipe comes out of the furnace and splits in two: 1. to a reducing valve then a backflow preventor and then through a red knob valve. 2. the other branch goes to a red knob spigot and then through the wall.

How can I purge the air with the setup I've got?

Thanks!

heydobbs

04:55PM | 12/07/06
Member Since: 12/06/06
2 lifetime posts
OK, I checked out this site, but still don't know what I'm supposed to do. Can you look at my system description and see how I'd apply it to my needs?
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