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The device labeled "PS-802 ELWCO", is a low water cut-off. The "C" terminal there, is not the C you're looking for. I believe the white wire from the transformer, is what you'll want to connect your C wire to. I'm not 100% confident though, since I'm not that familiar with this system. You may be able to contact the manufacturer for confirmation.
From the picture you've posted it seems to me that the real problem is the plumbing of the pipes to the towel rail that needs to be sorted out. You'll probably have to cut a bigger hole in the wall to do this anyway, so what I'd do is mark a squared off rectangle that has it's vertical edges on the studs. Use a sharp knife and a metal straight edge to cut ...
While those answers may apply to some degree, I know the plate does create a restriction, which causes a slight vacuum in the blower section. This vacuum is used on some furnaces to actuate the diaphragm pressure/vacuum safety switch. If you have a diaphragm switch hose leading from the blower housing, then you'll find the furnace will not start gas flow ...
Until you get it replaced you can adjust the radiator temperature by adjusting the balancing valve on the other side of the radiator. Open the plastic cap and use a adjustable spanner and close the valve clockwise as necessary! good luck. -unicuk, How to replace a Thermostatic radiator valve (broken Head).mp4 , YouTube As I understand it, TRVs operate ...
This is a classic sign of low refrigerant. Refrigerant is not a consumable, so low levels indicate a problem. This is not something you can fix yourself. Call a technician, but don't let them just top it off and leave; make them stick around to find the leak.
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