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FIGURE 5-29
Special Fill/Drain
Assembly Fittings
The fluid in the bucket is pulled through the charging pump and into the system.
The check valve forces the fluid to move up the feed line to the collectors, up
through the collectors, back down the return line and back into the bucket (The
same way boiler/baseboard loops are initially filled).
If a gate ball valve is used instead of a check valve, it must be closed during the
charging process.
The drain port hose is submerged in the fluid to make it easy to see any air bubbles
coming out of the system.  This is similar to the process of bleeding automobile
brakes.
Pour enough fluid into the bucket to fill it to within about two inches from the top of
the bucket. Make sure all vents are closed, and turn on the charging pump. Very
quickly, air will come out the drain hose (Figure 5-30).
FIGURE 5-30
Air Coming From the
Drain Hose
REPAIR
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