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Stelrad H valve

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Lawrenso1, 21 May 2020.

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    Hi, I have phoned Stelrad but their technical department are on Furlough.
    We have one of the centre fed radiators in our en-suite (which aren’t available any more) and it is supposed to be easy to remove which I want to do to fit skirting.
    Do I just turn the black thing to closed and remove the other cap to drain once closed?? (Releasing the bleed valve at the same time)

    Thanks in advance

    Steve
     

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    To answer my own question - isolate valve on the right (under screw on cap). Slacken off bleed valve. Remove cap on the left and push on the plastic (I used a removable bit screwdriver without a bit) - obviously have something to catch the water
     
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