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Pair of radiator bleed keys 99p delivered @ eBay/bedbustersuk or smart-plumbing

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Price delivered to your door. ● Solid brass tool key for bleeding central heating radiators. ● Good Quality And Robust. ● 100% Fitment. also here: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2-X-SOLID-BRAS…
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Price delivered to your door.

● Solid brass tool key for bleeding central heating radiators.

● Good Quality And Robust.

● 100% Fitment.

also here:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2-X-SOLID-BRASS-FINISH-RADIATOR-BLEED-KEYS-PLUMBING-TOOL-Fast-Free-Delivery-/152303690742?hash=item237601e3f6:g:JOQAAOSwo4pYGlg6
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22 Likes
ssc1
New 2 x Solid Brass Key for Bleeding Radiators.

No need for that kind of language.
15 Likes
ohdearohdear
Shouldnt a qualified person need to do this? I wouldnt do it anyway. Prefer calling a gas engineer
oh dear oh dear
14 Likes
50p in wilko's for a single brass rad key, got one yesterday

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22 Likes #1
ssc1
New 2 x Solid Brass Key for Bleeding Radiators.

No need for that kind of language.
3 Likes #2
BigOrkWaaagh
ssc1
New 2 x Solid Brass Key for Bleeding Radiators.

No need for that kind of language.


​I think some ones having trouble with their radiators, seems a bit upset ;)
3 Likes #3
BigOrkWaaagh
ssc1
New 2 x Solid Brass Key for Bleeding Radiators.
No need for that kind of language.
lol, of course im referring to bleeding air.
1 Like #4
69p for a radiator key from Screwfix (if you only need one)
14 Likes #5
50p in wilko's for a single brass rad key, got one yesterday
1 Like #6
heat ordered some. no idea where i put the others for "safe keeping" :P
#7
Heat added
#8
ordered - thanks OP .
#9
Perfect timing. Was looking for mine but couldn't find it. Thanks OP
1 Like #10
2 for £1 in Poundland/Poundworld etc
#11
Shouldnt a qualified person need to do this? I wouldnt do it anyway. Prefer calling a gas engineer


Edited By: ohdearohdear on Nov 08, 2016 17:34
1 Like #12
ohdearohdear
Shouldnt a qualified person need to do this? I wouldnt do it anyway. Prefer calling a gas engineer



No, not at all! Google it, I promise it's a quick and easy thing to do. It's worth doing this time of year xx
15 Likes #13
ohdearohdear
Shouldnt a qualified person need to do this? I wouldnt do it anyway. Prefer calling a gas engineer
oh dear oh dear
3 Likes #14
ohdearohdear
Shouldnt a qualified person need to do this? I wouldnt do it anyway. Prefer calling a gas engineer



What a privileged world some people live in!
4 Likes #15
bd1981bd
ohdearohdear
Shouldnt a qualified person need to do this? I wouldnt do it anyway. Prefer calling a gas engineer
What a privileged world some people live in!
One should really have staff that can do those silly little household chores.
1 Like #16
thank you. I didn't know I needed one until I saw this...
#17
Thanks that's my Christmas shopping sorted :3
#18
If it bleeds it can be.....
1 Like #19
billysablo
heat ordered some. no idea where i put the others for "safe keeping" :P
Somewhere safe
#20
Always good value this time of year as people start using heating that's been off all summer
#21
I think I got 3 for £1 some time back - but that's inflation and the **** £ for you :)

Edited By: jhw on Nov 08, 2016 19:39
#22
2 for 79p Home Bargains if you've got one closer
2 Likes #23
Can't ever have enough of these. They need to exist in every drawer you have at home, those are the rules.
#24
These are kind ok. we got 5 for £3 at B&Q sunday.
They are not the best quality (the square at the end is a squared circle) and fitted 4 of the 6 rads I tried them on.
the other 2 they just didn't want to fit onto. Was going to buy a new plug for those two but managed to find another different one in the house and it had no problem seating correct. Old adage buy cheap buy twice.
ended up buying this set just to be safe http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/121474644586
#25
49p for 1 in wilkos
#26
2 for 79p in Homebargains
2 Likes #27
billysablo
heat ordered some. no idea where i put the others for "safe keeping" :P


The man drawer! ;)
2 Likes #28
Folks make sure your pressure is ok on your boiler after doing this - I'm no expert but bleeding will take System pressure down from optimum which is 1-1.5 bar - you can adjust it using fill tap.
#29
Does anyone know how to increase the presser on the boiler after this is done? as mine has dropped to under 1 bar

Thanks in advanced to anyone that responds :)
#30
there's a joke about bleeding me dry in there somewhere, but i cant be bothered.
#31
jay_leeds
Does anyone know how to increase the presser on the boiler after this is done? as mine has dropped to under 1 bar
Thanks in advanced to anyone that responds :)
I bet I'm the 20th person who knows that's gone by. Google 'filler loop boiler' or something similar. I can just about talk my mam through it on the phone while only chewing out one of my eyes and there's no way I'm going into it more that that on a forum as much as I'd love to.
1 Like #32
2x radiator bleed keys for 99 pence, delivered? What a time to be alive... see doubters, it's not all bad news in post-Brexit Britain is it?

Heat OP!
#33
ohdearohdear
Shouldnt a qualified person need to do this? I wouldnt do it anyway. Prefer calling a gas engineer



​obviously more money than sense... oO
#34
jay_leeds
Does anyone know how to increase the presser on the boiler after this is done? as mine has dropped to under 1 bar

Thanks in advanced to anyone that responds :)


​it depends on your boiler setup. Usually there is a metal gauzes pipe bent in a 'U' shape (the pipe us not always left in place) , one end us connected to the mains water with some kind of valve and the other end is connected to the boiler again with another valve. The valve on the boiler end needs to be opened and open up the valve on the mains end slowly until the pressure dial on the front of the boiler reads around 1.5 - 2 bar.
2 Likes #35
Great to see people getting excited about Radiator keys.
#36
JAK68
jay_leeds
Does anyone know how to increase the presser on the boiler after this is done? as mine has dropped to under 1 bar
Thanks in advanced to anyone that responds :)
​it depends on your boiler setup. Usually there is a metal gauzes pipe bent in a 'U' shape (the pipe us not always left in place) , one end us connected to the mains water with some kind of valve and the other end is connected to the boiler again with another valve. The valve on the boiler end needs to be opened and open up the valve on the mains end slowly until the pressure dial on the front of the boiler reads around 1.5 - 2 bar.
thats far too high when cold. stick to 1 bar. it normally says in your manual anyway
1 Like #37
furiousjammin
2 for £1 in Poundland/Poundworld etc

I bought some cheap aluminium ones - maybe poundland or similar and they just bent / snapped - the brass ones are much better.
#38
These are always this price or less. Who votes for these things.
#39
Great find! Just what I needed
#40
taycosmo
Great find! Just what I needed
Same here (it's getting cold out there :(). Saves me having to go out to the diy shop. Thanks, have some heat.

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