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hey everyone I got called to a no heat call.... the customer was having problems with her bathroom not heating. some knucklehead removed a radiator that was attached to a monoflo system.... and attached 80 feet of half inch radiant tubing obviously it does not heat.... my question is that I read in one of Dan's books I do not remember which one that I can install a circulator pump on the supply-side of the branch piping to the radiant tubing...(original installers used two monoflo tees to divert water to this radiator) and wire the pump with the system pump so on a call for heat both pumps will run....and I will be using a mixing valve before pump to lower water temp....can I do this? And will this work? I know the temperature control will not be good thanks Paul s
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