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Auto fill

Joe_76 Member Posts: 34
I would make sure there is water on the inlet side and if so then replace it.


  • Fred Rappuhn
    Fred Rappuhn Member Posts: 107
    Auto fill not working

    Drained my system during the summer to move some raditors around and now I can't fill the system. I lift the lever on the auto fill for fast fill and nothing happens. The shut off valve is on, but the lever just flops, no tension, acts like it's doing nothing.

    It's fairly new, can I take it apart and repair or do I just replace????? Something has gone afoul; inside.
  • Timco
    Timco Member Posts: 3,040

    Turn the water off and remove the nut on the bottom. It likely has a strainer, which CAN completely block the flow of water if really dirty...Just cleaned & replaced one...

    Just a guy running some pipes.
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