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Use a pair of slip joint pliers to tighten down the connection. Repeat the process on the other radiant loop port.
Mark and mount the valve using 1/4" x 2" hex screws.
Check the PEX line for the marks made earlier indicating the flow direction. Cut the pipe to length.
Place a crimp ring in place, and attach the PEX line to the appropriate port on the valve. Use a crimping tool to secure the connection in place.
Connect the other side of the radiant loop, and run the thermostat line into the valve and replace the cover.
Hook up the control panel by finishing up the wiring.
Note: Always check with the manufacturer's instructions before wiring for specific instructions.
Mount the radiant block, and connect the radiant loop to the block.
Connect the controller to the water heater thermostat.
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