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  • Posted in thread: Forced Water Baseboard Heating Won't Turn Off on 11-04-2011 at 04:36 PM
    Definitely will make it out there someday. Coffee sounds like a good trade.

  • Posted in thread: Forced Water Baseboard Heating Won't Turn Off on 11-04-2011 at 05:48 AM
    That fixed it. Maybe the circulation pump lost power and someone opened that valve to get some
    gravity heat. I closed it and the room was down to 52 degrees this morning. I tested the heater
    to make s...

  • Posted in thread: Forced Water Baseboard Heating Won't Turn Off on 11-03-2011 at 08:50 PM
    Okay, I went down and checked that valve again. The thumbscrew was all the way open. I did a
    little reading and I believe it should be closed to prevent gravity circulation. It screwed
    down fairly eas...

  • Posted in thread: Forced Water Baseboard Heating Won't Turn Off on 11-03-2011 at 04:00 PM
    Yeah, I don't think the pump is on, I would definitely hear it. What do you think that unknown
    valve that I sent you is? I don't know why they wouldn't put a flow control valve on the
    kitchen, but tha...

  • Posted in thread: Forced Water Baseboard Heating Won't Turn Off on 11-03-2011 at 08:36 AM
    Paul,I have 3 circulating pumps, but I traced the return lines and I only have these Taco 241
    Flo-Check valves Taco Valves Taco Flo-Chek ValveI don't think I have any zone valves as there
    are no wires...

  • Posted in thread: chipmunks on 11-02-2011 at 02:20 PM
    If you aren't afraid of the chipmunks feelings: [ame= swimming pool of death (aka Chipper
    Dipper) - YouTube[/ame] Skip to 4:24 to see the trap.If you are a bit compassionate, I've found
    the same meth...

  • Posted in thread: Forced Water Baseboard Heating Won't Turn Off on 11-02-2011 at 12:52 PM
    I guess this is not the worst problem you can have with your heaters. They work, but they stay
    on. I have 3 zones in the house, the zone in the kitchen stays on and keeps that area at around
    67 degree...

  • Posted in thread: The Potty Weed - HELP!! on 02-01-2010 at 01:48 PM
    That looks like a willow (Salix species) tree root. Willows are riparian, meaning they grow
    along streams and waterways, and have incredibly strong roots designed to seek out the merest
    hint of water....

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