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    Hi and Yes its currently setup as in the first diagram. Not certain of return temps but they feel equally as hot compared to the supply pipes. I actually plan on relocating the Circulating pumps to supply side this weekend and adding a temp gauge to return raceway. So at first I thought maybe a air problem but each zone has a few baseboards connected in a series loop with a cast iron radiator at the end of each loop/zone. The third and first floor never reach their desired temps or anything close to it and when I try to bleed out the air at last device of loop which is the radiator no water or very little air comes out. The system did work but some how some way my father when he was around was able to get it to work even on the coldest of days, not sure if he raised the temp to 190 which I tried but still the same struggle.
    I read a few books and did some research which would suggest Pumps on supply side ahead of tank, maybe I should correct that first. Any suggestions greatly appreci
    November 9
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