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Posted by Dan on April 23, 2009 at 19:39:19:
We have an Ergomax reverse indirect tank with a relief valve on the top. The valve is only about a year old. I could hear a little air in the tank as we had had some work done recently. As per Ergomax instructions, a I opened the prv slightly to let out the air. Now I have a continuous drip. I'm sure a little something is caught in the seat. Is there any way to flush that out? I tried opening it wide and then closing it. The drip got better, but it is still there. The pressure in the tank is way below the trigger pressure of the valve.
Also, I know the Ergomax tank is rated to about 125-150 psi. Since the tank is piped directly to the boiler, and the boiler has its own relief valve set to 30 psi, is one necessary on the Ergomax?
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