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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
on the pipework below there may be a silver braided hose with one or two valves on the end. turn the valve(s) so the handle is inline with the pipe this will allow water from the mains supply into the heating circuit , remember to keep an eye on the pressure gauge. fill the system to 1bar cold then shut down the valve(s). turn on the boiler and it should be ok, if you lose pressure again then you may have a leak somewhere which needs to be found.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
you may need to hook a hose to the drain and to a spigot depending on your water pressure in your home and back feed the unit to desired pressur,, does t have an auto matic feed valve or just a shut off valve,,
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
Water logged expansion tank ( ruptured diaphram in tank) or wrong size tank. This caused the excessive pressure in the system causing the relief valve to open. Also, air in the system causing flow to stop, Both conditions will cause boiler go out on safety.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
check tops of spindles at radiator valves for leaks easy repaired set pressure to .8bar setting at 1.5 may be make overpressure and blow off through high/pressure releasese valve
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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