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What to do: false water line, loop, pump, traps

Ok here is my issue.  I am concerned about the right side of the basic layout diagram.  Low ceiling heights, unusual wet return that dumps into dry return.  What should I do for the right side and will it also effect the left side?  thanks Jeff


  • Danny ScullyDanny Scully Posts: 119Member ✭✭
    I don't know

    I don't know if you meant to but you attached your proposal on this post.
  • JStarJStar Posts: 2,630Member ✭✭✭

    Can the dry returns be converted into wet returns?
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  • gerry gillgerry gill Posts: 2,416Member ✭✭✭
    I'm thinking along the same line as JStar.

    I'm thinking that at some point in the past those high now dry right side returns were once wet returns with a coal boiler..thats what is going thru my pee brain anyways.

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