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Hi

Complete novice to plumbing i'm just starting out in Risk Assesments and looking to familerise myself with unvented Immersion heaters and i just wondered if there is any easy way of identifying pipes to and from them without downloading manuals

I understand the basics such as hot water out is normally at the top and cold feeds would normally enter at the bottom but return and relief valves do confuse me

Are there any books or reference on the net re these for a beginer

ta
 
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Download a few different manufacturers instructions and look through them. They have most things in there.
 

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But don’t touch you’re not qualified
 

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Again Andy, we’ve all paid to be properly trained and tested to be a G3 engineer. It’s not something to be self taught. Thread closed
 
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