03:13PM | 04/12/06
Member Since: 04/11/06
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We have several radiators that pound when the heat comes on. Friends have told us to purchase a bleed key and bleed each of the radiators. Only problem is, our radiators don't have holes for the key to be inserted. Any ideas?


02:59AM | 04/13/06
Member Since: 04/11/06
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Yes, they are steam radiators. On one side of the radiator is a valve on the other side, at the bottom is where the pipe connects, and at the top (same side where the pipe is connected) is just a regular screw that is tightly screwed in (flush with the radiator).


02:27PM | 04/13/06
Member Since: 04/11/06
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Thanks so much for your help. I read the information you provided and went ahead and made sure the radiator was level. So far no hammer noise. Thanks again!!


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