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Hoping someone will have some insight into my problem. I have an oil burner and radiant heaters. My problem is that with the thermostat turned down or off the heaters are still giving off heat. The circulator is NOT on but hot water is somehow still circulating through the pipes. The burner is not going on in conjunction with the heat either - it just goes on for hot water, but it''s still heating the water going through the radiators often enough to turn my house into a sauna. Don't know if it matters, but immediately after my circulator the pipe splits into two - I tried closing each individually and that stops the associated radiators from getting hot, but I obviously have to shut both valves to turn off all the radiators. Could this be as simple as a bad circulator? I replaced it 2 or 3 years ago, so it is not very old. Thanks in advance for any help on this situation.