"New" Slantfin Boiler won't heat house above 65 degrees

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In wrote:

I htink that he already figured out that he has hot water and not steam based on the "flood" of water that he had in the past.
And, since he has radiators, bleeding them is a good idea -- but he would have to learn how to do that or have someone do it for him
But, I doubt that air in the radiators would cause the short cycling that his heater is doing.
And, just an FYI about steam heat -- they can be one-pipe or a two-pipe steam heat systems.
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Nahsani wrote:

You mean it worked like that since new? Or problem just started? Whoever installed it ought to be able to find the cause of trouble. Called boiler support for help?
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In typed:

Nahsani,
A lot of good suggestions and ideas were recently posted about your issue on the alt.home.repair newsgroup. You should check it out.
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it comes up again.
Another reason, it seems, to read the news directly, with a news server and one's own sofware. Then you don't have to worry about a webpage going down, or face the scorn of proper users of Usenet.
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