How do I Get Rid of Air in my Pipes?

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To remove air from your pipes, place your hand over the faucet to stop any water from coming out and then turn it on. Let the water build up for a few seconds and then remove your hand. Repeat this process a few times and the air should be suctioned out by the motion of your hand. You can also try turning on all of the faucets in the house and letting them run for a few minutes.
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1. Shut off the main water valve by turning it as far clockwise as it will go. In cooler climates this will normally be in the basement if you have one, or possibly in a closet. In
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