Posted by Tom G. on January 27, 2000 at 16:50:49:
In Reply to: Re: Leaky Valve and water in vent posted by jtown on January 26, 2000 at 11:32:42:
: For valve see thread on "water filter and other stuff" for vent see the water in vent one, both just below. Your valve is supposed to hold when the air vent shuts. Drop your pressure to the minimum. You shouldn't have enough to push out of anything hardly.
I don't think I understand your last sentance. So where is the site for "water
filter and other stuff"? Where on the boiler to turn pressure down.
I think the pressure is fine, the water level bounces between half-way and three
quarters in the tube when the boiler is running. This boiler also
needs to heat 3 more floors above me.
I am wondering how the water keeps building up. I drain it each time the heat
comes on, then the air vent works for a little while-then water.
Do you think I should lower the pressure? the tennant upstairs says she
gets water in her radiators as well.
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