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    Question on purging air from Buderus Boiler

    I had some leaking fittings replaced on my Buderus G115 W/ LT domestic water system and believe a lot of water was lost in the process. This leads me to believe that I have quite a bit of air trapped in the system. How would I go about purging the system to be sure all the trapped air is removed? Thanks!!

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    Call your contractor back, and tell him you think he still has some air in the system.
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    Re: purging a buderus g115/LT boiler

    As you may have already guessed I'm not at all happy with the original contractor. I'm very mechanically inclined having been an industrial mechanic for 23 years, is this something I can do myself? If so, what is the typical process/procedure to purge the system? Thanks again!!

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    It can be more involved then just typing some words over the internet can cover.

    Plus, this is NOT a DIY site.
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