i had the PRV replace a/c it was dripping.did not stop drip.further investigation showed that the dripping occured primarily after calling for heat or when using hot water.recalled my service person.they sent a more experienced person;nice guy.looked everything over said the PRV was fine.he said that it could be
the pressure regulator? the regulator is adjustable.i have spent quite a bit of money so far.so.is what the man said true??
my service people are HVAC and no longer involved in water heaters a/c new laws enacted by state(N.C.).
Boiler over pressure
Temperature Pressure Relief Valve
water heater pressure relief valve overflow pipe is ...
Hydronic htg zone valve & Pump flow direction
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