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Need suggestions...diverter tee no heat
No heat to two out of four radiators, top floor. Diverter tee loop in basement. The take offs to the top floor rads come from the DT fitting and to an outside wall, then up to top floor. 10' basement ceiling, 10' main floor ceiling. Pump is 26-99, set on High. As if this setup wasn't bad enough, two of the rads were moved across the room from where they sat originally. DT loop is 2", and take offs are 1" that reduce somewhere to 3/4 at the rads. Issue is that I get great heat around the loop in the basement but no heat through 2-3 of the rads. Sometimes it flies, sometimes not. The water in the supply & return along the outside wall is super cold. Even with a series 100 B&G, I just can't get the water to divert. The loop in the basement just heats faster with a larger pump. Sorry, no pics of near boiler piping. Pumping away from x-tank, no air. Main floor and basement run great. CIBB main floor in 2-pipe, CFBB basement, one loop. Am I going to need a small pump on each take-off to get reliable flow?
Working on steam and hot-water systems isn't rocket science....it's actually much harder.
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