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Radiator nor warming up whatever setting. There is no air lock.
Sounds as though the thermostatic radiator valve is stuck although the valve settings can be set to max. sometimes hitting the side of the valve will free the stuck spindle & get it working again.
If not a drain down of the system & a new valve fitted
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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