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Posted by jtown on March 07, 2004 at 20:02:13:
In Reply to: Baseboards upstairs in bedroom not getting hot? posted by BJ Buss on March 07, 2004 at 19:12:16:
Make sure the pressure is set high enough. You should get a good squirt of water out of the highest bleeder. Bleed the whole system twice at all high spots and then shut off the water feed and watch for a pressure drop from a leak. Air may tend to go to that loop. Be sure that it isn't a balancing problem, as in the stat shutting off the heat when you finish bleeding.
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