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Was recently called in on this job by customer/energy auditor. Customer has radiant under hardwood floor in dining room and in wet bed tile kitchen adjacent. Both on same zone controlled by t-stat in dining room. Complaint is of overheating in kitchen. Energy auditor recommends splitting dining room and kitchen into separate zones.
My problem is this: 9 loop bare bones manifold, photo attached, and once the loops go up into the basement ceiling, I can't tell which room they heat.
Any suggestions how to differentiate one room from the other?
Thanks and keep cool.