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      12-14-2012, 07:42 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by A_P View Post
I know this might be a stupid suggestion. As I am no plumber, and besides you may have already done this.

Switch the broken radiator ( lounge) for a good one ( kitchen). Then check to see if the problem persists, if it does then obviously it would mean there is a problem with piping.

And if it is 100% not working then I am not sure on how to fix, possibly replace if not expensive? From somewhere like Screwfix?

Sorry not much help I know. but hey.
The rads not broken as such,just not working correctly,it's not even that old.

Cheers for the suggestions though
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