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Posted by josie on September 05, 2008 at 23:46:01:
i just had a new boiler installed and when it was turned on , i believe the backflow valve?(the valve which prevents the boiler water from going to the house water ) leaked a bit. the technician was able to get it to down to a bit of drip . of course when we turned off the furnace d/t the drip stopped. the tech said it sometimes happens if the house water pressure is low. he turned on our tap and said our water pressure isn't too bad . also said sometimes of course the valves can be defective and of course would be replaced. he didn't think it would leak once we turn the furnace on again but that if it did, it would be replaced. if it does leak , is it easy to replace and fix?
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