Posted by Mike on December 24, 2000 at 02:37:35:
My house won't heat up over 65 degrees. I have an old boiler that was converted from coal to oil to gas. The repairman says the radiators are straight pipes with fins and do not have bleeder valves but he doesn't think there is air in the system.
The radiators are warm but the boiler water coming out is at least 180 or more and the return pipes are also hot. There are two fousets located on the return pipes near the boiler with shutoffs located below them. He checked the air tank and said it has plenty or air space. The circulator pump is less than two years old and working and the auqastats are functioning.
Any ideas how to increase the heat in the house?
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