Question about Heating & Cooling
I had a brand new boiler installed by a recommended supplier in September 2008. It failed to heat the hot water . After some time and aggravation we were advised a new pump was required. This was fitted in November. By December it was not working again and we were getting no hot water from the boiler and by January 5th the central heating system was not working either. The lights are on, on the control panel.
It sounds like the system was not cleaned properly when the new boiler was fitted. all new boilers need to have the pipework flushed to remove any debris scale sludge and flux from the system. this is now usually done by a power flush which is basically a big pump mounted on a big bucket and it washes the dirt out of the pipework and collects in the bucket. if this is not done the dirt will block up the small passages in the heat exchanger. i suggest the system is cleaned flush and the heat exchanger changed to help protect the boiler a filter should be fitted (for example a magna clean) if the company who installed the boiler is corgi registered then they are liable for the damages. call corgi for advice.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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