Help..New to the site. (Need help removing leaky T Flange)

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Yes. I am saying there is no shutoff below this drain?
 
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Old 09-23-14, 07:11 PM
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What do you mean by "that boiler"?
That boiler... the one you are working on.

If you can't trust the pressure guage what should you do?
Did you read the link I placed in post #26 ?

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http://www.doityourself.com/forum/bo...ure-gauge.html
 
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ok, thanks. What are your thoughts on how to purge the system of air when there is only 1 drain valve?
 
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Can you take a whole lot more pics that show all of the piping from where it leave the boiler and disappears into the walls, to where it comes back out of the walls and back to the boiler?

That's pretty much the only way we'll be able to help, we need to 'be there' to see the whole shebang.
 
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