Question about Heating & Cooling
The problem seems more likely to be a plumbing problem....
I would call in a plumber to chek to see where the blockage is.... there seems to be something stuck in the piping that is causing an intermittent problem... to find it the problem will have to be occurring then the the plumber will have to trace back through the piping till he finds the source by seeing where the good pressure stops at....
It would seem to be something like a bad vlave that is floating in the piping or like a coin in the piping that flips around and can open or shutoff the piping....believe me strange things like that DO happen....
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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