Which pump are you using, a bronze body or a iron body? If you at using a iron body on a domestic system it is more then likely plugged with rust. That pump is designed to be used on a heating system.
Yeah most likely the line going into the heaters plugged
Quote: Originally Posted by johnjh2o Which pump are you using, a bronze body or a iron body? If you at using a iron body on a domestic system it is more then likely plugged with rust. That pump is designed to be used on a heating system. It's an iron body. When I took it apart the pump body where the impeller sits was loaded with rust - not completely, but enough. I thought I had found my problem. I cleaned it out and re-assembled. But no change in operation. Today, I will dismantled the pipe below leading into the water heater. It's possible that rust settled down and is plugging the pipe itself. It doesn't seem like it since water does flow when I open the valve.
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