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Kun
running water noise in the pipe for water-heating system
Kun

Hi, everyone, I have one water heating systerm on the basement and the first floor. Recently, I have heard the running water noise (it is really big) in the pipe at the first heating up, especially on the first floor. I have "purged" the system fllowing the steps in Youtube and didn't find lot air in the pipe. After that, the noise came back when the heating. I have check the pressure reading, which is normal in 12-15 PSI? Anyone can give some suggestion on this? I am wondering the expansion tank but don't know how to check~~~ Thanks in advanced. 

 

FRANCO
Re: running water noise in the pipe for water-heating system
FRANCO

 

The best advice for you is hire a professional to fix the problem.

 

 

Jack
Re: running water noise in the pipe for water-heating system
Jack

I don't know what youtube showed you to do, but running water sound in the heating system sounds like air in the system.

Jack

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