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Hi sir i have a vokera heating boiler its water pressure is 0 and its not working i tried to open tap of cold water to increase water pressure bt it doesnt work no pressure come up can u plz solve my problem ?

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HI, Heating hot water but cold house. Open-water mark on the panel to open the package when the hot water is turned off.

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