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Firstly, apologies if this has been posted in the wrong section.

Been reading the forum for a while and had some good advice in the past. I have a Megaflo Eco Unvented Indirect Cylinder that has developed a small leak It is coming from what appears to be a blanking plug on a port that isn't used for the particular setup within my house.

Now, I'm a very experienced engineer but am aware of the rules and regs regarding working on gas heating systems and know that this is a job that would require a qualified heating engineer.

I just want some advice as to what would be required as I don't want to be ripped off or pay for unnecessary work. Would I be right in thinking that this is simply a threaded blank and what will be required is removal and re-install with PTFE tape? Or is it something more serious?

Any advice much appreciated.
 

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