Hello everyone. After watching numerous videos and reading online, I'm still a bit stumped as to what to do to get air out of my boilers water pipes.

What makes it confusing to me is that no two systems are the same, so I'm having problems locating the correct procedure to flush out the air. It is most likely something that is obvious to the trained eye, but I'm just not seeing it. I'll post pictures of what my setup looks like, any help is appreciated! As I've found two hose outlets near my enerjet boiler but not sure how to proceed. I've circled the two faucets where I believe only one of them I would need to attach the water hose to. I've also circled valves which I'm not sure if I need to adjust to get the water flowing or not. As well as one picture of a rusted valve, which in one video it said I need to open manually to refill the pipes. Any help is greatly appreciated, as it sounds like there are fish swimming in my pipes evertime the boiler turns on and I know it's loosing efficiency that way. Thank you for your time!

What makes it confusing to me is that no two systems are the same, so I'm having problems locating the correct procedure to flush out the air. It is most likely something that is obvious to the trained eye, but I'm just not seeing it. I'll post pictures of what my setup looks like, any help is appreciated! As I've found two hose outlets near my enerjet boiler but not sure how to proceed. I've circled the two faucets where I believe only one of them I would need to attach the water hose to. I've also circled valves which I'm not sure if I need to adjust to get the water flowing or not. As well as one picture of a rusted valve, which in one video it said I need to open manually to refill the pipes. Any help is greatly appreciated, as it sounds like there are fish swimming in my pipes evertime the boiler turns on and I know it's loosing efficiency that way. Thank you for your time!

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