I'm in the Northeast, and I am cold.
Please do some research on "air eliminator". Yours may be bad. Spirovent
makes one, that's supposed to be the totally best on themarket. The rep frm
the company says so. He had a little display, and a bike pump to put air
into he display. The Spirovent took the air out, immediately. And, it was
fun to watch.
This Groton #1 http://airvalvesz.com/air-eliminator-valves.html in the
picture is laying on its side. The screw on cap seen in lower left of photo
If you find such a device on your system, unscrew the little cap, and make
sure the valve core is working. Push it, and see if air comes out.
Christopher A. Young
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I've been in this house for over 30 years. Only this year the heating
system is chugging and gurgling a lot. I had my heating contractor
come out and he supposedly drained, purged and recharged the pipes and
a week later... same noises.
I would like to resolve this but I would like to know if there is
anything I can look for or correct myself or at least be able to
explain to someone what to look for.
So, please, any who may know what to look for or perform... respond
Thanks (and stay warm if you're in the NorthEast)