It usually is round here. I turn to water only, she switches it back. I open
windows, she closes them. I want the lighter duvet, she wants the heavier.
Is thermal incompatibility grounds for divorce?
Even with motorised valves on both hot water and heating I get
this.Radiators dont get very hot, and I have mentioned the problem to gas
engineers and they said this is common.Reverse flow I think was the words
Do all the radiators heat up or just those near the hot water cylinder?
My central heating is off but the radiator next to the hot water cylinder
still heats up with the hot water on. It is included in the same circuit as
<Do all the radiators heat up or just those near the hot water
My central heating is off but the radiator next to the hot water
still heats up with the hot water on. It is included in the same
the cylinder. >
All of them. Would it do any damage if I simply went round and screwed
down the "thingy" on each radiator?
I would shut them all down except the one nearest the hot water cylinder and
see what happens. Even if you shut them all off the water should still
circulate and at the worst the pump would just pump away to no effect.
Normally the boiler is activated by the pump and its own thermostat. The
thermostat in the hot water cylinder should bring on the pump and so the
On 21 Apr 2006 15:09:56 -0700, in free.uk.diy.home "No Idea"
It will upset the balancing if you screw down the wrong "thingy"!! On
one end there should be a valve WITHOUT a handwheel called a lock shield
valve (LSV) which should only be adjusted only during balancing. You can
turn the other end off with no problems. Reading the FAQ should help you
to understand what's going on
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