radiators hot at top but cold at bottom

Discussion in 'Plumbers' Talk' started by woodburner, Oct 26, 2007.

  1. woodburner

    woodburner New Member

    Hello,

    A friend has just bought a flat which has two radiators out of four that are hot at top and cold at the bottom. They look fairly old and show signs of rust on the outside which has been painted over.

    Rather than get them flushed through would it be better just to replace them?

    Wb
     
  2. graceland

    graceland Active Member

    sounds like they may be sludged up. i would replace if were you, not worth messing about with flushing them if already rusting
     
  3. sussexplumb1

    sussexplumb1 New Member

    If two rads are in a bad state the chances are they all will be pretty ropey. As radiators (unless really large or ornate!) don't cost that mush I'd replace the whole lot and drain and refill the system with a good quality inhibitor added.
     
  4. woodburner

    woodburner New Member

    Thanks for the responses. The radiators will be replaced, etc.

    Cheers,

    wb
     

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