What is the problem if your circulator pump for your forced hot water heating system is circulating water when the thermostats aren't calling?

Answer Answer 1 You may have a system that runs the pump(s) until the water temperature has dropped to some value in order to retrieve all the heat from the water before shutdown. That would mean, then,... Read More »

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What could the problem be if the pump comes on but the water is not circulating?

Answer i had that problem with mine and all i did was turned the pool off completely then put a high pressured nozzle on my hose, turned the water up as high as it can go so the water pressure from... Read More »

Should a new hot water heating zone flow through another circulator?

A new hot water heating zone does not need to flow through another circulator. A building with one circulator can divide heat into different zones by using electrically controlled zone valves that ... Read More »

How to Install an Under the Sink Hot Water Circulator Pump That Plugs In?

A hot water circulator pump heats the hot water before sending it out of the faucet. These pumps prevent water waste, as cold water typically drains from the faucet until it becomes warm. Many of t... Read More »

Why is hot water coming out of a vent pipe on the central heating system with no blocks and a new pump if the boiler is turned down?

Answer Check the overflow pipes and pans to be certain that they are not clogged.