Posted by George on February 04, 2000 at 01:05:16:
I just moved into my new house--4 years new with a Teledyne Larrs propane boiler, hot water baseboard, with 6 zones (it's a nice, big house). There are certain technical crafts that I specialize in--heating and plumbing *AREN'T* two of them. ;-)
When certain zones are are open, *AND ONLY WHEN THE BOILER IS FIRED*, the whole zone piping assembly moves so much that it hits the floor joists. When the boiler stops, the movement subsides substantially.
All I've found is the air vent on the top of the pressure can. If I open that and run the banging zones, will that be enough to get out the air? Or, do I need to go around to invidiual radiators and bleed them there too?
If so, how?
THANKS! (take out the NOSPAM- part to send e-mail)
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