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Re pressurise the BAXI DUO TEC COMBI 28 HE A

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The pressure is very low, Its giving E119 error, i am unable to find the Filling loop.

It has 3 nobs which are for 1) hot water to tap ,2) hot water to radiators 3) water from the radiators.

There are also 2 circular nobs connecting the hot water to tap and hot water to radiators .

how do i repressurise the system

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I represurised mine by the following:
1. unscrew the left hand circular tap all the way
2. slowly unscrew the right hand circular tap untill you hear the water coming through.
3. turn off both taps when pressure is good

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