Radiator valves can be the cause of leaks in some central heating systems, if you find your valves have been leaking it is essential that they are tightened using a suitable spanner and also a pair of water pump pliers in order to support the valve and prevent the connecting pipes from being kinked.
How to tighten radiator valves. If your system is loosing pressure a leaking radiator valve could be the problem.
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