Cleaning your hydronic system is not as difficult as it may sound. There are a few tools and materials that you will need, along with some simple steps and you will be done in no time.
Step 1 - Set Up
Begin by placing a tube in one end of the hydronic system that leads out to the other end. You may need to move things around to be able to get this set up. One end of the tubing should be leading into a sink.
Step 2 - Clean
With one end of the tube in the sink, the other end of the tubing should be left open for a hose to go through. Many times you can just use a regular garden hose, while others use one with higher pressure. The pressure depends on the amount of cleaning you feel that you need to do. Once you have set everything up, you can turn the hose on and allow the water to run through to the other end. This will help to clean out anything that is clogging up the system.
Step 3 - Dry
Once you are finished, allow the system to dry. This may take several hours to complete.