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What is the best way to purge a hot water baseboard heating system?I seem to have a lot of air and system seems to be not flowing at all


The answer to your question depends on the design of your heating system. There are two common piping arrangements. The first is called a Venturi system. In this type of system you have a main loop that runs around the house with "scoop" tee's that force the water through each radiator/baseboard in the loop. With this type of system you must bleed each radiator individually. At the end of each radiator you should find a bleeder that will require either a flat head screwdriver or a square "key" (available at the big box hardware stores) to open the valve and bleed. This can be a somewhat time consuming process as to do it correctly you must go around the entire loop (preferably in the order of flow) 3 or 4 times to ensure you have moved all the air out of the system.

The next type of arrangement is know as a standard loop. This is where the water flows from one baseboard to the next, in a loop. (ie the baseboards are connected to each other, not just pulled off a common loop). In this type of a system you should find a "stop and purge" set up at the boiler. There should be a valve on the return close to the boiler, and just above that a boiler drain. (faucet type fixture). If you close this valve, connect a hose to the boiler drain and let the water flow into a bucket, you will be bleeding the hot water loop. If you have more than one zone, you will want to close all the valves at the return, and bleed each zone out indiviadually. After all zones have been bled, you can then re-open the valves.

As a note, you should see a water feeder located on the piping going into the boiler. (This device is connected to the cold water line that feeds all your household fixtures. ie sink, tub, etc) If you move the lever to the fast fill position it will allow water to flow into the boiler at a much faster rate, thus helping you push the air out easier. This is only really possible with the Standard Loop layout, because you need to monitor the boiler pressure anytime it is "fast filling". If you are "fast filling" you MUST ensure to release the lever prior to closing the boiler drains or you run the risk of causing the pressure relief valve to open, which can and will cause personal injury and property damage.

Hope this helps

Mar 03, 2012 | Jeep Grand Cherokee Cars & Trucks

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I need to know where exactly the filling loop is and how to fill it??


Don't know what loop is unless you have a circulation line on water heater,and that will fill itself.

Jan 31, 2011 | Water Heaters

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Looping thread bottom side of fabric


That means you have not routed the bobbin thread properly, or bobbin has not been filled properly. Could also mean your tension is incorrect.

Feb 14, 2010 | Brother Sewing Machines

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Dishwasher fills up with dirty water after completing cycle.


does the drain line connect to the disposal?if so and dirty water is inside dishwasher the line must be looped under the sink so nothing can run back into the dishwasher,tie the drain line up higher than the disposal or higher than the point where it connects to the drain pipe so nothing can drain back into the washer.are you sure the water is draining out of the machine?fill it up and hit cancel drain and listen to see if you hear it draining in the sink,if the line isn't looped you could have a block in the drain line or in the pump

Feb 03, 2010 | Kenmore Dishwashers

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Water leaking from tub out the drain line when filling


the only way this is possible is the vaccum break loop is below the tub
simply make the loop go over the top of the machine

Oct 06, 2009 | Washing Machines

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How do I re-pressurise the boiler via the temporary filling loop


you may need to hook a hose to the drain and to a spigot depending on your water pressure in your home and back feed the unit to desired pressur,, does t have an auto matic feed valve or just a shut off valve,,

Jun 15, 2009 | Water Heaters

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Tub fills only 1/2 full but water keeps running as if the tub is not full. If the water level is set to 1/2 or less, tub fills 1/2 full and begins to cycle. The water is running into the tub but not...


Check the drain hose to make sure you have a high loop, ie. make sure the drain hose loops above the height of the washer lid before going to the drain pipe.
Also make sure the drain hose is not going too far down into the drain pipe.
You may be getting a siphon effect.

Feb 20, 2009 | Admiral AAV7000A

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Maytag washer


Check to make sure your drain hose has a loop at least as high as washer top.  If the drain hose is not looped higher than tub water will continue to drain and it won't stop filling.  If it doesn'y reach the correct fill level it won't agitate.

Oct 29, 2007 | Maytag PAV2300 Top Load Washer

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