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I purchased an old home with a one pipe steam system. This is the first winter I have spent in it, so I am new to this whole thing. Anyway, I have fired up the boiler, and I do not get any pressure at all reading on the gauge. It is making steam because the radiators get hot over time, but it seems to take a long time for them to get hot. Even when the boiler was on for several hours it still does not register any pressure on the gauge. The boiler is old, it was intstalled in 1980 it looks like. Is this just a symptom of a worn out boiler not making any pressure?