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Need help with and old coal furnace converted to a natural gas radiant heat
I have an old coal burning furnace (1942), that has been converted to a natural gas radiant heat furnace (burner). It is in my basement and I have several rooms upstairs that have little to no heat coming out of the registers. (I don't know if they are technically called 'registers', I have the pipes running along the ceiling in the basement that carry the hot steam/water throughout the house and the extensions run off the main pipe up into the up stairs rooms. They (the registers) are not free standing, they are long flat heating distributors that are an extension from the heating pipes coming from the basement.) Anyway, there are several of these that there is little to no heat coming out of them. Does the PSI's on the furnace have anything to do with this? Somebody also told me to loosen or tighten the screws that are in the smaller tubes at the beginning of the heating unit.
I don't know if anyone will be able to understand exactly what I am needing help with, but, I am certainly open to any help I can get at this point.