DIY. Curing An Air Lock In A Hot Water Pipe.
(No hot water from the hot tap!)
If no water, or a spluttering supply, comes out of the hot tap when its opened, the likely cause is an air lock.
If you have an automatic washing machine, and have both the hot and cold supplies connected, an effective remedy can be implemented quite easily.
The cold water to least one of the downstairs taps will be connected directly to the mains (this is generally the kitchen sink tap). The washing machine will be connected to this run of cold pipe as it needs mains pressure to work properly. The mains pressure of the cold water is much greater than that of the hot water and we can use this greater pressure to push any air locks back to the hot water storage tank.
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