Steam Return Pipe I Wet or Dry?
In this video, I take a look at a steam return pipe that was replaced in the process of a new boiler installation. The question to all you pro’s here on YouTube is should this steam return pipe be wet or dry? And why is this consumer getting noises in the heating system she never experienced before?
The absolute best source for troubleshooting Steam Heating Systems:
The Lost Art of Steam Heating by Dan Holohan
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