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    • #275240
      MasterPlumbers
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      I need to drain the zones on my forced water heating system. How can I make sure I get them filled back up and no air in the lines.
      thanks.

    • #291518
      Guest
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      There is an air purge procedure at:
      http://www.hydronic.net/hydronic/service/purgeair.htm

    • #291519
      Guest
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      Harold, thanks for the reply, but
      that web page seems to be dead.
      Do you need special access, or can I find the same thing elsewhere ?

    • #291520
      Guest
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      I get that page immediately, you might try
      http://www.hydronic.net

      and go to the purge procedure page.

    • #291521
      Guest
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      Harold,

      You might be loading from cache. I get a redirect to http://www.hydronic.net/hydronic/service/style.css and a HTTP/1.1 404 Object Not Found error

    • #291522
      Guest
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      Thanks, bungie. The page loads for me every time because I use the Microsoft Explorer 5.5 browser. Other browsers may not be able to handle the cascading style sheet reference.

    • #291523
      Guest
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      Means you are missing out on about 19 million vistors by not allowing netscape in.

    • #291524
      Guest
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      Right Bungie. I rebuilt the pages without the external reference to style and should load by all browsers now. I want to make this information available to as much of the world as possible.

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