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I would be more concerned that there is no vent on the two lavs.
The lines for the toe kick heater should connect to the main, not to the lines for the other radiator.
The fill line is 2" pipe but the OD measures larger. The fill and vent lines will fit.
The dip tube in the water heater is breaking down. It was a problem some manufacturers had at one time. The water heater must be an old one.
The only place I use them is where they are exposed.
That's a braided toilet supply but the cone washer is missing.
Don't flush anything you haven't eaten first.
That is not a pressure regulator it's a backflow preventer.
Sounds like the water pressure is low. May have a bad auto-feed. On a two-story house it should be between 12 & 15 #
No, once both the upper and lower thermostat is satisfied then the lower element maintains the temperature unless there is a large demand for hot...
There should not be a dip tube on the hot side.
Are you saying that both the cold & hot eater is connected to the bottom of the tank? The hotline should be connected to the top of the tank.
Don't argue with them they will only make it harder for you on the next job. I worked in the state of Connecticut that had a state plumbing code...
I agree with you that sure looks like a 4x3 ell.
Turn the valve to the manual open position. If you still don't get heat from that zone you have other problems. Like air in the zone.
It could also be air in that zone.
Price seems high. The problem could be your septic system, when was the last time the tank was pumped?
Your hired bring your lunch.
Are they freestanding cast iron radiators or baseboard radiators? If they are freestanding then there not a loop system and can't be purged. They...
That's your problem. You need a pressure tank connected to the system.
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