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Valve at top of boiler driping water

There is a copper valve at top of boiler which was driping water. what is this? and how to stop it happening again?

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  • carl May 11, 2010

    the best solution is to replace valve. they sell this valve at most plumbing places or at home depot. this is the pressure relief valve. good luck!!

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SOUNDS LIKE A VENT HAS BEEN LEFT OPEN

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