Why is my radiator cold at the top and hot at the bottom ?

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This usually means that there is air trapped in the top of your radiator. You may want to try to bleed the radiator to release the air. However, we suggest that you have your central heating checked by an expert in case there are any underlying system problems.So please feel free to Contact Us and let one of our fully qualified engineers take a closer look.

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