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Hey everyone - noticed that my drain valve below my LWCO appears to be dripping. It seems relatively slow (the bucket below is basically just "wet" where it drips).
It appears to just be the valve that's leaking but the LWCO is presumably old (at the very least ~2 years since we bought the house). Relative novice with steam heat / plumbing so not sure how much I want to venture in completely replacing the valve myself. Would it be difficult? Presumably would have to drain the boiler first.
Would putting in a plug like this https://www.supplyhouse.com/Bluefin-BRSP075-3-4-Brass-Sq-Head-Plug-Lead-Free
be sufficient for the "summer" until we get it serviced normally and can have it replaced?