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6 years old. Never a problem until it sprung a leak recently. Took the solenoid apart, cleaned things up, put it back together and no more leak...
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This probably explains it better than I can, and assuming you have patience! From about 3 minutes in:
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Refurbishing a bathroom - cold water is mains fed, hot from combi. There is a main service valve to the whole system where the supply enters the...
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No comfort setting = preheat off?? How did it behave if you set the HW temp to 60C?.
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Robjolla
He’s already said what boiler he’s got, and it isn’t a system it’s a heat only. Vaillant 418 Sustain. If it was a system it’d be a 618!
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EvilDrPorkChop
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The comfort mode is active (S40). Do you have any dripping taps? Any issues with the hot water?
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ChrisB1982
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Hi all Had my old baxi 105 replaced with a baxi 630. Got the ifos fitted and set to curve 40. So far all ok. My controls are a salus iT500. Now...
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Jonnyh88
Ist thing, Whoever recommended or supplied your "fancy" trv's is a clown. Too much restriction for a 1 pipe come back when you have the correct...
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Reducing temperatures below 65 isn't wise when you have a hw cyl, no matter what they say on the telly. Keep it at that at least once a week. To...
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You need to log in. I was getting that nonsense tonight when i tried to read stuff without logging in. Its garbage and i have reasons for not...
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Here is something for you to try since you are too miserable to pay a pro. Take a glass of water up into the loft (well you can always scoop the...
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How to light a pilot light! Press in the grey button that is about the size of a 10p coin. Hit the orange sparker button about half a dozen times...
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tamzbackforalook
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Probably a bearings thing. If you want a replacement i have one that was fitted for a week,works perfectly and probably never pumped more than...
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tamzbackforalook
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do you have a old steel gas supply to the meter, if so ask if some one can test to see if its got a lot of crud in it.
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First thank you for your fast response. We use our own custom build current sensing interlock system with integrated single and 3 phase speed...
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Nickyd
All gas appliances have a data badge the information in that badge is what you need 👍 information
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king of pipes
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Looks a rough job. No 300mm under discharge (Depends if you're including trap which I wouldn't). uPVC pipe is OK if it's mUPVC (High temp) not...
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EvilDrPorkChop
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If you've never used a hole saw before, then practice on some scrap first and use the drill on a low speed. If you've never used a hole saw to cut...
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Bought a box spanner and eventually got the element moving. Element out and had a look inside to see where the lower essex flange needs to go...
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Husk24
My water tank is new pictured in my profile ,I installed it last year with solar thermal, the one little mistake I made was I replaced it from 200...
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suityou01
You don’t need a 2 channel then, single would be better and possibly cheaper.
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ChrisB1982
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Excellent thank you for taking the time to give feedback, not everyone does.
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Thank you. I had my annual service done and the engineer advised exactly as you said @John.g. The setting is now at 16kw.
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To save everybody the pain of doing the same calculation, here's the OP's data with the mean boiler power added as the last column: 16/11/22 |...
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Crossfingers
Should never ever have been installed like that. The Grant instructions clearly say space is needed to take of back panel to service trap. I would...
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I price a powerflush depending on the size of the system, bigger the system the more work and chemicals needed. he's also replacing the pump and...
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Thanks KOP. I did suspect possibly combi valve, I despair at the standard of fittings nowadays, kept thinking it must be the valve and then...
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What exactly do you mean by it wasn't commisioned for 18 months?
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This is not about tempering valves but it could be. During the global economic crisis in Australia a lot of dreadful work was done with plumbers...
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The Blue CPCS Competent Operator Card is an ID and competence card provided by the CPCS. It demonstrates that an individual has met certain health...
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Do they get hot if the other rads are turned off?
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With no pressure gauge or flue gas analyser and the competence to use them you're piddling money away. It would have been far easier and cheaper...
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Yes, you have purchased the wrong kit, should have gone with the Kit 1. Can you post a photo of the wiring?
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If you’re talking about the boundary stopcock to inside your property then it’s your responsibility. If you renew the lead from the internal...
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ChrisB1982
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As above, you will need to push in a collar on the fitting in order to move away the grip ring and allow the pipe to be released. It may be...
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Are your little one's ready for the cold Winter nights? Keep them safe with our personalised reflective high viz safety vests Order yours here!
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Heat the part up will be easier to undo be careful as you’ve used oil might flame off first
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