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zone valve flow

Hard to say for sure without seeing it, but usually the flow should be OK either way. When questions like this come up, photos are always a big help. If you are not having any operational or comfort problems, I wouldn't lose too much sleep over it.

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  • Jorge
    Jorge Member Posts: 26


    I have two zone valves in my system. One for each floor. The pipe comes out of the top of the boiler then turns 90 to a tee. One zone is on top of the tee the other z valve is on a 90 off of the t from the first z valve. Is it ok to have a 90 on the last z valve or should there be a tee with a cap on the end.
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