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Circulator - Boiler - Expansion Tank

HerrickHerrick Posts: 5Member
edited October 7 in Radiant Heating
I just moved into a (new to me) house. It used to have a gravity system that was converted forced circulation system. The previous owners about two years ago put in a new boiler. The setup in the direction of flow is Circulator - Boiler - Expansion Tank (bladder style, no air eliminator the tank is just connect to a tee on the line). The system seems to work fine, no noise and I have heat everywhere.

Could this cause issues in the future? Or "if it is not broke do not fix it".

Thanks for your opinions!

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