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sootybear26

52 months ago

Should you bleed radiators when on or off?how often do u do yours?

Should you bleed radiators when on or off?how often do u do yours?

I have just been bleeding all my radiators. Is it best to do it when there on or off?

How often do you do yours? Brrr its so cold

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donnalou82

  46 months ago
Bleed them when they are on, so that there is pressure to push the air out.
I dont do mine all that often, if i notice one needs done i will do it and check with others at the same time
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stacie0395

  52 months ago
I have it on most of the time when it is really cold
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jimmykitten

  52 months ago
I would have thought you do it when they are off so you don;t get scalded! My dad does ours, only once a year though I think.
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ali831

  52 months ago
we were told by our plumber to turn the heating on, wait for them to heat up, make sure they are all on full and then bleed them whilst they are on, starting with the radiators upstairs and working your way down
reply 20 hope you get the bonus points
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louisemccrea

  52 months ago
When turned off is better we do it when it starts to make clinking noises
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xx Fi xx

  52 months ago
Hiya!
We dont have radiators as have economy 7. I had in my old house + bled when off
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Fi x
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granan16

  52 months ago
We do ours when they start complaining by making funny noises.
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sonnyspal

  52 months ago
We don't have traditional radiators. We have a log burning fire which works one radiator and then we have storage heaters because it used to be our country cottage and we wanted to keep the heat on very low when not here and they proved to be cost effective.
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LovetoTravel

  52 months ago
You have to turn the boiler off to bleed them . . . . .
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changemyname

  52 months ago
I don't know as I usually get them checked when we get our boiler serviced.
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