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I posted earlier about my new radiant heat install that had a couple unexpected surprises. Another one that showed up recently is a pool of water under one of the radiator valves. It wasn't much before but now that the water has heated up more due to the cold weather it seems to be getting worse. I tried tightening a quarter turn but that didn't do anything.
There are several other radiators and this is the most noticeable. I also don't see any putty or teflon tape protruding from this one whereas the non-leaking ones I do. I've stopped calling the installer because I have had enough of him. Will try someone new going forward.
Would you recommend some type of additive like "stop leak" or take the whole thing off coat the threads with something and try again?