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Fault f46 glow worm boiler

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SOURCE: Glow worm 45 60 boiler

You have to have 12" clearance on all sides.

Posted on Apr 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Combi boiler Glow worm 24ci digital fault

refere to glowworm expert advise

Posted on Oct 12, 2009

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Glow worm 45-60 standing boiler making banging noises when in operation


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refere to glowworm expert advise

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Your should be able to find the information here. Don't forget to check under discontinued products. www.glow-worm.co.uk

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Hi, perrycallow,
I'm Harvey the Master Plumber,

You want to know how to service a Glowworm compact boiler


Glowworm is a United Kingdom company and here is the information you asked me for, to get their technical service line:

Technical Help: 01773 828300
technical@glow-worm.co.uk

Thank You,
Harvey your Master Plumber.
Please give me a good rating before you sign off.

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