|Posted by CM on February 23, 19101 at 17:51:25:|
|In response to Re: Bleeding heating system|
The short answer is no. Air will be trapped at any high point in the system, and generally these occur at the baseboard elements. You may want to focus (after the net time you bleed) on making sure that the system is properly pressurized, and that you have an air removal device installed. Then your system will require less frequent bleeding.
: Isn't there a way (an easy way) to bleed a three-zone home heating system from nearby the furnace instead of at the baseboards? Thanks.
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