Question about Water Heaters
I live on the bottom floor of a two story block of flats.The cylinder was replaced but dont have any pressure on the hot water side.its prob the most simple boiler in the world but the gravity is not enough to push the water to the taps.can a pump be fitted or is there a easier solution?
Clean the screen off on the hot side of the heater or the cold side depending on the unit on the shut offs there are cap screws and if you shut the water off and remove the cap screw there are filters inside take them out and clean them
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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