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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi I am thinking what your tryig to say is the air pressure switch?
you can check this switch to see if the boiler works by removing one of the sensing tubes from it & by sucking on or blowing as this willactivate the switch you dont have to do it very hard, just gently as you will hear the switch clicking, if the boiler does fire when you click, in order for it to continue to ignite you may have to fold over the tube, when you release it the boiler should stop.if it does work then you will have to change the air pressure switch, but remember this can only be done by a Corgi Engineer
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
I know of no limitations on the temperature of the inlet water for any boiler. The warmer the water, the less energy it will take to heat it to desired temp and the colder the water, the more energy it will take. Extreme temps over an extended amout of time in either direction can stress a unit and could possibly, only possibly reduce service time.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
The overload button is on the left underside of the unit. There is a finger sized hol and the button is in there. Once you have reseet the button you will also have to reset the boiler by using the switch on the control panel (furhtest left switch).
Posted on Feb 25, 2011
I would remove pilot light assembly and clean orifice and blow out gas line to pilot. Check to see that thermocouple is centered in pilot flame. It is possiblethat your gas valve is bad but it is also possible that you got a defective thermocouple. I would change the thermocouple again as they are much less expensive then the gas valves. The next time when you are sure you have the thernocouple mounted as close to the center of the pilot flame hold the pilot button down for several mins. If none of this works then you may have to change your gas valve.Thank you.
Posted on May 06, 2011
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