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Just about to remove a rad for plaster, but it’s on a UFH manifold.

Having not removed one on a UFH manifold before, wanted to check the process with minds more in the know.
Is the following about right?

• Close off rad circuit actuator/pin with decorating cap, to stop flow.
• Remove rad in normal way

Reattaching rad
• Close off all UFH circuits
• Reattach radiator
• Attach hose and refill rad circuit, removing all air through manifold drain off.
• Detach hose and open all circuits
• attach pressure tester (need to find a wet pressure tester.. been scouring eBay)
• Re-pressure manifold to original bar

That the general gist?
Manifold has AAV on both flow and return.


thanks in advance
 
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