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I bleed my raditors,but no air or water came out ,,,plus no heat from 2 raditors,,,

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Hi,
You have a problem with your fill valve or pressure reducing valve...it is not uncommon for these valves to plug up or fail to work right.... this valve's job is to maintain 12 psi in your system.

Here is a tip that will help you with that also...

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