Remove a radiator - Welcome to our guide to how to remove a...

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Welcome to our guide to how to remove a central heating radiator quickly and easily, this tutorial is for when you need to remove a radiator temporarily, for instance, to paint or decorate. If you are looking to replace a radiator then please see the appropriate section on the previous menu. To complete this task you will need the following items: 2 Adjustable Spanners 1 Radiator key (Bleed Key) Old sheets/towels or equivalent for water spillage A bowl (small enough to fit under the radiator) A Bucket First let's take a look at the radiator. There are three points of interest: The Bleed Valve The Lockshield Valve The Manual Control Valve . The Bleed Valve is what you use to release any trapped air within the radiator. The Manual Control Valve is the valve you use to control the temperature of the radiator. The Lockshield Valve has a removable plastic cover over the top. Removing a Radiator
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2009 for the course ENGR 23432 taught by Professor Puliyambath during the Spring '09 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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