Did you replace the high pressure relief valve?
That is on top of the boiler that releases at 30-32psi
It does not seem to be the problem,
Or are you talking about the auto fill valve?
That could be the problem.
Did you get a new well pump or anything to do with your water pressure incoming?
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shapechanger wrote:I don't have my hot water hooked into the system. Would the domestic coil still be the problem?
if this statement is true -- than it cannot possilbly be impacting your pressure drama
It makes absolutely NO difference where you add liquid to a closed systemshapechanger wrote:Seems since we replaced the valve it has gotten worse. Does it matter if the pressure reducing valve is on the supply our return. Ours is on the return
- Valve off the pressure reducing valve
- adjust the pressure so that the top most air bleed has about- but no less than 3 psi - you can guess it is allowed
- Record the pressure at the boiler then=IGNORE THE GAUGE ON THE BOILER - YOU HAVE CORRECT SYSTEM PRESSURE IF YOU DID THE ABOVE
- leave the PRV feed valve closed
wait 24 hours or two weeks what ever comes last
Get back to us with the pressure change!