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Andy15

Thanks for the response SimonG.
I’m struggling to find a part that looks like the the one In question.
 
ShaunCorbs

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How many wires / cores ?
 
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Andy15

Thanks for your input guys - SimonG you are correct it’s this exact pressure valve pictured on this manual. Which is strange as this is from a Grant boiler manual. Still can’t seam to locate the part anywhere though. Any ideas where I would get this.
 

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snowhead

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That style of pressure switch is a dated design more commonly seen in commercial use.
The one fitted is probably ALCO.

This is probably the modern equivalent you need.

I lost track of it but when searching I found a link stating universal Low pressure switch, supplied with adapter to fit most boilers.

Disclaimer, check suitablity for specific boiler.
 
SimonG

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I just go into heating world of spares and they use parts arena for identifying bits.
 
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Andy15

That style of pressure switch is a dated design more commonly seen in commercial use.
The one fitted is probably ALCO.

This is probably the modern equivalent you need.

I lost track of it but when searching I found a link stating universal Low pressure switch, supplied with adapter to fit most boilers.

Disclaimer, check suitablity for specific boiler.
Thank a lot for your reply, much appreciated.
 

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