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First of all, I'd like to say that I appreciate any advice given in advance... My issue is this.. I live in a home constructed in 1902.. it is elderly. It has hot water heat with cast iron pipes throughout. Now that it is summer I have completely drained the water out of the heating system. Now I've run into an issue... the other day I noticed dirty water in lines all over the basement. I looked up and saw that EVERY iron pipe - there are several over 10 had drops of water on them. I thought to myself " how is it possible that every pipe is leaking?" So I cleaned up all the mess, cleaned the pipes, and re-drained the system... a very small amount of dirty water came out. Since then no issues, I thought it was a fluke! Today I went to dry my clothes and when I returned to the basement there is water everywhere again! Thinking back, last time this happened I was also doing laundry. Am I nuts here to think that it is impossible for every pipe to leak simultaneously? Does the dryer have anything to do with this? I attempted to drain the system and literally nothing came out, not even one drop. What do I do?
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