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

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This usually means you have a sludge build up in the bottom of the radiator. This can be resolved by power flushing the system. However, before taking any action we recommend that you seek expert advice to identify the cause of the sludge first, for example you may have a water leak. So why not contact us on one of the above for some advice.

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