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If this is happening with only 1 radiator then you have sludge build up inside radiator. Allow system to cool and shut inlet/outlet valves. Drain water from RADIATOR side of valve. Remove radiator and power flush to remove sludge. If this is happening on several radiators then the pump could be failing. If this is a new system then most likely system needs balanced.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
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