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Since you have hot water at all the other fixtures, the problem lies in the sink, not the water heater. It could be that the sink is farther away from the water heater than the other fixtures. It would take longer to get hot water.
Solution for a code 10 or 99 (for my own reference as much as anything!) Hit change and the down arrow on the controller for 3 seconds. Wait for the controller to beep and display 00 before using the down key to display 93. Hit the On/Off button until 000 is displayed on the screen. Press change and down simultaneously and the controller should revert to the pre set temperature. Hey presto! Hot water!!!
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Hi, this is Worcester, Bosch Group
Although we don't currently offer live technical support online, our Technical
Support department will be able to help. Their number is 0844 892 3366 -
they're open 6 days a week and on average answer calls within 20 second. If you
want to know more about our Technical Support department visit our website http://www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/homeowner/customer-service/customer-technical-support