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Eliminating a section of baseboard radiator

SMattC Member Posts: 1
Hey all, quick question. I have what I believe to be a monoflow radiant baseboard heating system. I took a look at the piping under the house, and there's a large main line and the radiators seem to be connected to that by smaller copper lines. What I have is a baseboard unit on a corner, and what I want to do is eliminate one ell of that corner. In the monoflow system, can I simply turn the valve off at the supply side of that radiator and then remove what I want to, or do I have to drain the entire system?


  • DanHolohan
    DanHolohan Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 16,428
    Unless you have a valve on both sides

    You'll probably have to drain the system.
    Retired and loving it.
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