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I have a radiator that is about 6 plus feet long and 22 inches high. There are 2 valves coming our of the floor (one at each end). Both are open but just one end heats up. I followed the piping in the basement and it appears that the valve on the right end (working one) is where the steam enters and the other valve is where the water returns. Not so on all the other radiators in the house. The valve that doesn't seem to work is stone cold and the pipe leading to it is cold approximately two feet from the valve. The air release valve is located on the end that doesn't work. Any possible solutions. My guess is that the cold valve is not opening even though it is turned all the way on. Also, I bled the radiator by taking off the air release valve and an extreme amount of air was released.