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Unless you are licensed to work on or repair boilers call a professional. You will spend more in time and money trying to fix it, and finding a supply house that will sell you boiler parts. You could seriously injure yourself or someone else, boilers run very hot and are rated a pounds steam which is dependent upon boiler pressure.

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There must be something in the watersection causing this or its connected to old pipes bring out rust

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I would look on there wed site to see if you can down load a manual in Pdf . You will need to check with makers if this converts some models will not . You could change it the find it does not work on LPG.

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What is wrong with it ?

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NGWA (National Ground Water Association) recommends testing well water for nitrates, bacteria, and any local concern contaminants. Well water testing should be considered additionally if there is a change in the water odor, taste, or appearance, family members have recurrent incidents of gastrointestinal illness. You should check with your local department for recommendations and interpreting your water tests - Well Water Filtration System

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out of luck it seems

Water Heaters | Answered on Dec 07, 2018


Ive just resolved this issue on my own boiler...... Its the programmer ,replace it as the micro switch has gone , when it comes on the lights only come on the internal switch does not ,so no sognal to boiler , replace programmer

Water Heaters | Answered on Dec 06, 2018


I've ended up with a Drayton Tempus 3 when I bought my house, and I think this is how it works. It allows you to set 2 Timers (I'll call them timer 1 and timer 2) so that you can control Hot Water or Heating On/Off times twice a day. The unit has 6 buttons - 2 for Adjustment, 2 for Hot Water and 2 for Heating. The 2 Adjustment buttons allow you adjust the Clock Time, or allow you to adjust Timer 1 and/or Timer 2. NOTE: Timer 1 is the time refered to on the Heating / Hot Water Select buttons if you press "Once". If you select "Twice" on these the both Timer 1 and Timer 2 are taken into account. For example if you want Hot Water to come on Once between 8pm -10pm, but you want Heating to come on Twice between 6am - 7am, and 8pm -10pm, you have to do the following: Set Timer 1 to 8pm - 10pm, and set Timer 2 to 6am -7pm. Then select Once for Hot Water, and select Twice for Heating. Hope this helps.

Water Heaters | Answered on Dec 06, 2018

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