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Old 11-17-2015, 10:42 PM   #1
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I am changing piping for a residential building from the boiler coils for two lengths each. I don't know what the proper name for the temperature relief valve that sticks out of the 2" brass elbow. I know it is there so that the coils don't burn and the water keeps cool when hot water is not in use. Don't know the proper name however so i can find it to buy. This is in nyc.

The valve is on the right side of the tee. Its a hose cog on the left.
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You are going to kill someone. What is the fire marshal's number in NYC?
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People like you are the problem
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