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Boiler banging when burner reaches max temperature
I'm having an issue with my boiler that has plagued me for a couple of years. I removed the radiator in my bathroom during a renovation, capped the lines and continued to run the system. While I was running the boiler, I would hear banging coming from the boiler and attributed it to air trapped in the temporarily abandoned lines.
I recently installed a new Runtal radiator in it's place and the problem stil exists after numerous bleedings.
I have a Bryant boiler that was installed approximately ten years ago. Each raditor has a feed and retun line that branch directly off the trunk line in the basement. I do have a bleeder on the boiler, but it looks like its bent and the bleeder vent is no longer the highest part on the device.
I have an old style expansion tank hanging in the rafters.
I was looking for thoughts and suggestions on what I can do to troubleshoot and ultimately resolve this.