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Punctured in floor heat line.
Go figure. The contractor renovating my bathroom punctured one of my staple up in floor heat lines cutting a drain in the floor. Even after me telling them multiple times.
Luckily it's on the smallest zone. Didn't loose much water and pressure is back up to normal. System is a WM ECO 70 boiler with two zones.
He spliced it with a brass fitting and two metal clips. All appears ok. Similar brass fittings and clips used on the other **** off valves throughout the system.
What I want to know is what else should I do? Should I replace the entire loop? Or will purging that loop and running the WM cleaner and inhibitor be ok? Will send a pic of the splice when they are finished for the day.