How to Get Air out of Water Pipes?


Removing air from water pipes (also called bleeding air from pipes) is actually fairly simple. You will need a wrench to get the job done. The first step is to turn off your house's main water supply.
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How to Get Air Out of Water Pipes in the Home
"Air locks" (or bubbles) in your water pipes can occur after a temporary interruption in water pressure from a municipal water supply or replacement of a burned-out water well pump. Air may also get trapped in the plumbing after a new pipe section or... More »
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