|Posted by Mike on June 03, 19100 at 14:30:17:|
I recently moved into a newer house with radiant heat (Hypertherm). The problem is that when the system is not on(just pilot light) the boiler is sweating. It's dripping badly.
I have called a plumber to check it out. What he did was adjusted the temperture so that the boilder will go up to 190 degrees. He mention that it was not set properly before.
The problem is its still dripping water. The temperature on the boiler reads 110 degrees when not in used. My question is what controls the boiler when heat is not needed like in the summer.
My plumber mention that the boiler will sweat below 140 degrees. Please help.
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