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How to drain a radiator

How to Drain a Radiator Without Draining the System

Emptying a single radiator is sometimes useful for adding chemicals, replacing the radiator, or connecting a hose to the radiator valve to drain the system when there’s no drain-off valve. I have been a full-time heating engineer for over a decade and have drained many central heating systems and single radiators over the years. How

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How to put inhibitor in central heating system

How to Add Inhibitor to Central Heating: Complete Guide

Not having inhibitor in your heating system can cause all sorts of problems. Central heating inhibitor will protect your system against corrosion, limescale and essentially make your heating system last longer. I have been carrying out central heating services for over a decade and have fixed and replaced my fair share of radiators and heating

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Worcester boiler frozen condensate pipe

Worcester Boiler Frozen Condensate Pipe: Complete Guide

Having a frozen condensate pipe will cause your Worcester boiler to stop working, which means no heating or hot water when you need it most, in freezing winter weather. I have been fixing boilers full-time for over a decade and when the weather is freezing, the majority of calls I get for a boiler not working are

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Radiator Keys

Radiator Keys: The Best (and Worst) for Bleeding and Fixing

There are lots off different radiator key types. Whether it’s for bleeding radiators, closing a lockshield, or replacing a radiator valve, a radiator key can be used for many things. I have been replacing and repairing radiators full-time for over a decade and have bought more plumbing tools and radiator keys than I could ever

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