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High-A (officially Class High-A, formerly known as Class A-Advanced, and sometimes abbreviated "A+" in writing) is the third-highest level of play in Minor League Baseball in the United States and Canada, below Triple-A and Double-A, and above Low-A. There are currently 30 teams classified at the High-A level, one for each team in Major League Baseball, organized into three leagues: High-A East, High-A Central, and High-A West. As part of the 2021 reorganization of the minor leagues, the three current High-A leagues replaced the Carolina League, Midwest League, and Northwest League, respectively, with the Midwest League having previously been a Low-A League and the Northwest League having previously been a short-season league.

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    Custom Flush Pipe High Level Cistern

    Hello, I’m trying to replace an antique high level cistern with a more modern ceramic one. The flush pipe is routed in a very specific way so the new one will probably need to be bespoke. Does anyone have any experience, or at least seen, bespoke flush pipes? I was hoping they could be made...
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    TRV problems high pitch squealing

    Good evening - I wonder if anyone can shed some light on this. Squealing high pitch TRV's when reaching the required shut-off temp. I understand its probably the pressure in the system making the pin in the TRV vibrate. Or pump turned up too high - which I guess would cause the same effect of...
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    Normal unvented indirect tank or high gain unvented indirect tank

    Hi, Trying to decide which cylinder to go for? I am renovating my house which will end up having four bathrooms and a wc. I am planning to go for a 300l unvented indirect cylinder as currently I have a vented cylinder with a cold water tank in the loft and face issues with hot water pressure...
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    Commercial high pressure system, will hep couplings be stong enought?

    I am having to work on a concealed shower but there is no service valve and so I am having to isolate from a large mixing valve which is linked to several other showers. I am going to add a service valve to make it easier for future maintenance but the pipe connected to the shower is 15mm...
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    pressure very high. all radiators on even when trvs closed.

    hi all some advice combi boiler is heating water and heating comes on fine. its an ecotec plus - vaillant Issue - Pressure is way to high, sits at 3.3 and goes right up to 3.7 when on. im worried something bad will happen soon. im not sure when it started, but been like this for a month or...
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    Boiler high pitched noise in cold weather?

    Hi, can anyone help me resolve this issue with my ideal logic combi Esp1 35. It is making a very loud high pitched noise whenever the outside temperature is cold, when either CH or HW is being used. For example, first thing in the morning on a cold day, run hot tap or turn up CH stat and the...
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    UFH water temp too high

    Evening all, I’m hoping somebody can help. I have a wet speed fit UFH system, that controls 9 loops on the ground floor, each with a separate zone thermostat, flow valve and actuator. The problem I’m having is when the main programmer (which controls the entire system), is left on (I.e...
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    Pressure too high in open vented system

    Hi Guys, Hopefully someone can help me out - the pressure reading on my boiler and in the hot press seems too high. Just wondering how can this be adjusted? Hot Press: Downstairs boiler: Any help would be greatly appreciated
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    High gas usage for boiler.

    Hi Not sure if anyone can give any ideas - but I’ve got a Worcester Bosch junior 24i system boiler. For the past 10 years I’ve lived In the house - the average usage of gas has been about 10,000kwh. For the past 2 years my average has been 58000kwh. (Boiler is the only gas appliance in the...
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    New expansion vessel on water system - is pressure too high?

    Hello all, I'm currently in Ireland and in a small cottage where the plumbing system has me scratching my head a bit. When the place was done up the builders decided that the tank in the loft was no longer needed and put a tank out back in a small extension where ALL (well, except for the cold...
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    High gain unvented cylinder

    Hi there I am looking at changing my vented cylinder to an unvented 210L. I currently have a 30kw system boiler which I would like to continue using with the new cylinder. Looking at the various manufacturers of unvented cylinders, I see some of them have ‘high gain’ versions, such as Joule...
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    I Balanced My System But Now Have High Pressure

    Hi everyone this is my first post - I have no idea what I'm doing with plumbing and heating - have had some success by reading forums etc but now I'm stuck. I live in a townhouse with 3 floors. Never had much heat in radiators on my ground or 3rd floor. So I rebalanced the system. (Put all...
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    Greenstar 4000 combi consistently high pressure

    I am a not an expert and worried about a boiler installation for my mum. She is 91 and lives on her own (vulnerable adult with dementia). I had a new boiler installed (Worcester Greenstar 4000 30kW Combi) end of August as she needs a reliable boiler. I visit my mum every 2/3 weeks (I live in...
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    URGENT Installed Unvented cylinder will cause water pressure high?

    Dear all, I recently got a gas engineer installed a new boiler and an unvented cylinder & expansion vessel in my house, replaced the old boiler, vented cylinder and water tanks in loft. Just after a month of installation, last week, the house lost hot water, it was because the cylinder...
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    Boiler pressure gets too high & cuts out with heating but hot water is fine!

    Hi! I have a 9 year old Baxi combi boiler. When I turn the central heating on, the boiler pressure is getting so high that it keeps cutting out completely. It's absolutely fine when I run any hot water though. Does anybody know what the problem is likely to be please? Thank you
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    Where can I find a 300mm wide 400mm high or nearest in chrome?

    Planning to use on CH but can be electric too.
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    Boiler pressure problems - pressure high after heating

    I have a Worcester Greenstar 30i boiler which is about 5 years old and fully serviced. As the days have become colder I decided to put the heating on and noticed that the pressure gauge was sitting at 2 bars cold. I bled a radiator and brought in down to just below 1.5 bars and put the heating...
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    Best option to reduce high water pressure - plumber and PRVs vs. water company?

    Hi (again!) Following on from this thread.... https://www.plumbersforums.net/threads/under-pressure-dum-d-d-dum-dum-options-for-high-water-pressure.122904/ I hope you don't mind but I thought I'd start a new one as Dwr Cymru could turn up next week so really want to decide what's best and...
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    Water usage - why is it so high?

    Hi all This is only about my third/fourth post, so go easy. Also, I'm only an enthusiastic amateur, not a pro... I'm having issues with the waterboard and can't work out what's happening. For the past three months, they're saying we're using a huge quantity of water - 700 litres per day at...
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    Under pressure dum d-d-dum dum... Options for high water pressure?

    Hi all I've got a lot of plumbing work coming up in the house soon and had a plumber visit yesterday to quote. Whilst here he checked the water pressure and said it is one of the highest he has seen, at 8 bar. I've roughly calculated the flow rate before and it came out at 30L per minute...
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