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Hi,

I live in a building where the heating and boiler is centralised - each flat has a single radiator. I bled mine last week and it began to work again (although patchy in areas). Today it got fully hot and then began to internally drip (it's tall), the radiator then stopped working so i ensured it was fully cool and began to bleed it again - it has now been hissing intermittently for 10 mins with no sign of water. I have stopped bleeding it but am unsure of my next steps. Any advice would be appreciated, thank you.
 
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king of pipes

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A bit more information needed what sort of heating do you have a Combi which heats the water for the taps as well as the radiators or a boiler and hot water cylinder ? Do all the other rads get hot
 

centralheatking

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If your you are on a district heating system then its part of your leasehold agreement
just call the provider ...chking
 

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