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PostPosted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 11:33 pm 
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Hello.

I have two radiator end pipes capped off ready for future use.

The plumber hasn't labelled them so I don't know which one is flow and which one is return.

Does it matter?


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would only matter if you where to use a thermostatic radiator valve which was not bi-directional,
but most trv's nowadays can be fitted on flow or return
if using manual rad valves, it wont make any difference.



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I have one where the manual valves were fitted the wrong way, it works fine.


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As said old TRV's will hammer if wrong way around, new ones it does not matter.


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