WanderingKid Posted October 22, 2017 Share Posted October 22, 2017 Hey everyone, I'm having trouble with doing a radiator bypass. Pictures below, but continuous flow just seems to stop dead. I've darkened the regions of vents not involved in this radiator (they're for hydrogening the rooms). I THINK I can get it to flow if I stick a valve in the middle somewhere after the bypass, but that seems overkill. Is it necessary? EDIT: Okay, eventually a valve kicked it into gear. Not sure if it was because I caused a space in the pipe or what, but it's moving now. What might have been the original problem though, does anyone know? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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