Halstead Finest Gold high water pressure

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by mercutiouk, 21 Oct 2011.

  1. mercutiouk

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    Hiya folks,

    In a shared house and was doing folks a favour bleeding radiators etc and noticed the pressure as a result had dropped rather low on the boiler. Topped it up a little and all was good.

    Unfortunately once turned on, of course the pressure rises (silly me). It's now pushing around 2.5 bar which is a bit high. Which of the valves will reduce the pressure in the system? Had a read of the manual etc (online) but it doesn't QUITE fill me with enough confidence to go fiddling.

    If someone could point me slightly more directly at it, i'd appreciate it :)
     
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    Went for the easy but overlooked option - "bleed" one of the radiators some more. All fine now :)
     
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