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Hot Water Baseboard Heat- HUGE Differences in heating
I have hot water baseboard heat, in a house built in the '60s. The thermostat is in the hallway, outside the bedrooms. Our son's door is kept shut, and gets relatively cold. To keep him warm, we need to set the thermostat to about 69, which keeps his room about 64. The Master Bedroom, even when the door is open, gets very hot at night. When the Master bedroom door is shut, the heat is completely unbearable (hits 80+).
Any suggestions on how to equalize the rooms? There doesn't seem to be any valves to slow down or increase the flow in either radiator. Are there other ways to increase the heat for only one radiator, or decrease it?
Someone once mentioned taking fins out of the radiator in the master bedroom; which would reduce the heat the radiator gives off?
We're deperate for assistance! Thanks for your thoughts!