How to Adjust Radiators?

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To adjust radiators, first, turn off the radiator heating system; wait for it to cool, and then pull the black plastic cap off the lock shield valve on the side closest to the heat pump. After that, remove the cap off the control valve on the opposite side in the same manner, and then open the lock shield valve and the control valve fully. Next, clip one radiator thermometer on the pipe that connects the lock shield valve to the radiator, and then turn the heating system on. Finally, adjust each radiator in the line in this same manner until all radiators are balance.
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How to Adjust Radiators
Balancing radiators in a heating system is necessary to maintain the same temperature in each area the radiator heats. Water entering a radiator travels through the grilles on one side and exits the other side of the radiator at 20 degrees Fahrenheit... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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