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Leaking Steam Pipe in Basement
I live in northern NJ and am an IT admin. A pipe in my basement started leaking right under where the radiator is upstairs. I took some pics of the wall, pipe and the elbow joint where it appears to be hissing as well...I would guess indicating a leak.
So, should I attempt to repair something like this on my own?
Is there a way to seal off the pipe without replacing?
This pipe/radiator is also the main source of loud banging that keeps me up all night, is there a solution that I can apply that might solve both issues?
Thanks for your help in advance! I just got a new gas furnace installed last year, so the main unit shouldnt be the issue.