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Why do my radiators keep needing bleeding?

When the air is trapped inside the radiators, they need to be bleeding. The trapped air stops the warm water from coming in. At the top it can be cold, but at the bottom it can be warm. It can take longer to warm up your room if your central heating system isn't working efficiently.

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