Question about Grundfos Hardware & Accessories
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do you have more than one zone? If so, it is difficult to tell if the circulator in question is actually running. A trick is to get a screwdriver and place the metal end on the front of the circ and the other on your ear. You will hear it if it is running. If you do hear it, is the circulator itself very hot to the touch? If it is, it may be burnt out, or the zone needs to be bled of air. Another doubtful, but possible, answer is that the circulator is installed backwards. There is an arrow on it and it should be aimed towards the flow of water.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
Sounds like you have sediment built up in the pipes, and maybe the furthest faucet is the gathering place.
Take off each shut-off valve at furthest faucet and connect a water hose that flows into nearby toilet bowl.
You can buy garden-hose-to-1/2-pipe adapter at hardware.
Open water so it flushes the line into toilet bowl.
Then clean out valves and reassemble shut-offs and grundfos connection.
Remove faucet aerator and flush line up to faucet.
Install new aerator.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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