How to Replace a Zone Valve?

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To replace a zone valve you will need the purchase a replacement valve. You will need a flashlight, a wrench and screwdriver. Locate the boiler valves, find the zone valve, shut off the water, remove the zone valve and replace. Be sure to test after you are done. You can find more information here: www.doityourself.com
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You may have to have take off and replace the top half of the valve. A zone valve will coat around $35.00. Once you replace the top half , the base board will heat.
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1 Familiarize yourself with the instruction manual for your zoning system. Your boiler's owner's manual may also have instructions for zone valve wiring. Look for any diagrams to
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