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Boiler Requires Water Addition Very Frequently
Hi everyone, I'm a new homeowner and have a house that was built in 1929. It's a craftsman style ranch with steam heat. I have a Crown Boiler that has a central pipe and then a gravity return. There are 6 radiators that are all in the wall. Every couple of days I feel that the water level has gone from the site glass line (which is about 3/4 up) to a quarter to less than a quarter left. I'm trying to understand where the water is going. I've replaced all of the radiator air vent valves, but other than that I'm at a loss. Can anyone help me with some possible reasons why I would need to constantly put water in? Also, the house is a ranch with no pipes going underground, I can see all of the parts of the boiler with obstruction including all pipes.
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