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10-29-09, 07:16 AM
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Pex to Copper

Hello,
I'm roughing in for some additional baseboard heat. My question is, if I use the copper stub-out elbows, crimp on my pex then come back and sweat the fin tube onto the copper elbow, will...
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Posted By Danaelk1

Piping Issues w/pics

I,m back
I've re-piped the mixing valve, took it out of the header and put it ahead of the in-floor circ as it should have been. Now instead of it being ahead of the in-floor circ on the header...
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Views: 1,440
Posted By Danaelk1

Piping Issues w/pics

Thanks again to all.
I disconnected the primary pump and the problem with the unwanted flow to the baseboard zone stopped. It did seem alot tougher to get the air out of the system when I turned...
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Views: 1,440
Posted By Danaelk1

Piping Issues w/pics

Thanks for taking the time NJ. You're right, there is a "primary" pump that kicks in when the boiler fires. When I run the in floor circ with out the boiler running, I can't hear the water running...
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Posted By Danaelk1

Piping Issues w/pics

Hello,
I've attached a schematic drawing to hopefully make it more clear how my close to boiler piping is. Note, I've not shown all shut-offs etc, just enough to indicate the current piping lay-out....
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Views: 1,440
Posted By Danaelk1

Good idea NJ on the valve handles. That would be...

Good idea NJ on the valve handles. That would be a disaster.When I snapped the photo's, I had already closed the valve on the return of the baseboard zone along with the shut off flange @ the...
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Views: 1,440
Posted By Danaelk1

Piping Issues w/pics

Thanks for looking at my post. When the infloor circ pump (on the far left) calls for heat and starts, it also circulates hw thru the baseboard zone (the circ to the right of the infloor circ)to the...
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Views: 698
Posted By Danaelk1

Thanks TOHeating. That eliminates a simpler...

Thanks TOHeating.

That eliminates a simpler fix (see"piping problem w/pics)
Replies: 2
Views: 698
Posted By Danaelk1

Check Valve Question

Hello Again,
I'm waiting for some replies on a more complex post but in the meantime, I want to eliminate some less complicated concerns that I have.
When sweating copper to a check valve, will the...
Replies: 4
Views: 797
Posted By Danaelk1

Thank you both for your help

Thank you both for your help
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Views: 1,440
Posted By Danaelk1

Piping Issues w/pics

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Hello,
I'm moving forward w/a boiler retrofit. It's (3) baseboard zones and (1) in-floor zone. Last heating season, I used the...
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Views: 797
Posted By Danaelk1

Better Bleeding

I'm in the process of piping HW baseboards in my home. This has been an ongoing changeout from electric basebd to hw basebd. There are a couple of zones that I have no choice in having some ups and...
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Views: 695
Posted By Danaelk1

Bath / Laundry Exhaust

Hello,
I am in the process of remodeling a lower level bathroom and laundry room to a combination laundry / 3/4 bath. This area of the basement has always been a little humid (summer months). Now...
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Posted By Danaelk1

More kick space heater stuff

I am in the process of piping a zone for my house which consists of (2) small BR's, (1) 1/2 bath and a bath / laundry room. I will bu using fintube in the BR's and 1/2 bath however, a kickspace...
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