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pooteopooteo Posts: 11Member
I've read as much literature as I could find on placement of the diaphragm expansion tank and I can't find anything that says I can not place it where I have it. But I also can not find anything that says I can place it that far away from the spirovent.

Does anyone know if this would be a problem?


  • Dan HolohanDan Holohan Posts: 11,944Moderator mod
    It should be as close as possible to the inlet side of the circulator.

    It doesn't have to be close to the Spirovent. 
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