How Do You Get an Air Lock out of Water Pipe?

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To get air lock out of a water pipe, attach a hosepipe to the affected tap and attach the other end to another tap which is working fine. Open both taps to allow the pressure from the working tap to force the air back out of the pipes. Leave to run for a few minutes. Finally, turn off the air locked tap first and then the other one.
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Install a bleeder valve at the upper end of the pipe and when you fill the system open up the bleeder and the air will bleed out. this involves soldering so if you don't know how
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If you can get a small length of hose, connect it between the hot tap & the airlocked cold tap securely & turn the cold & hot taps on. Should fill the system from the
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