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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
a couple of things , is your filling loop disconected ? , and are all your radiators blead from air, have you got a high point where the air can get stuck in system say pipes going into roof etc you may need to fit a air release valve in line at highest point to remove the air from system , your boiler should be around 1.5 bar running preasure average setting . if you are constanly filling with water you could be exceeding the pressure valve limet which releases pressure from system this could be faulty ?
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
SOURCE: Bosch boiler System
it means that the boiler wants to be serviced, the boiler will still work fine. Once the boiler has been servcied, there are a succession of buttons, that need to be pressed, to tell the boiler that it nhas been serviced. then 365days after it will do it again. Its there to prompt you, to get the boiler serviced
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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