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hope this is helpful. On my potterton 24 combi boiler it is the valve that sits the lowest, with a slight indent in the black tap. if you turn this for a short period you will hear a hiss and the pressure will quickly build to the desired pressure, when you can them turn the tap back off.

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You could try resetting this as it could be caused by several factors (blown heat exchanger being one as Karl mentioned).
Hve you tried resetting from in Service Mode ?

To get to Servce mode you need to go ino User Setup Mode first (turn off the boiler via the panel switch - then hold the Lock/Reset button whilst turning back on). Once in User Setup Mode if you rotate the thermostats all the way clockwise (it should display the software version) Then press and hold the Lock/Reset button for 3 seconds.
This should put you into service mode and it is now possible to change/reset some of the control parameters.
If you try resetting the error.

This issue may be caused if the Flue or water stat is tripped (in which case reset the stat). If th Fan resistor remains open in the circuit then you will need tsomeone out to investigate as that may cause the GAS error too.

COuldalso be the Valve coils are faulty in wich case they need replacing (agians I would get an engineer outto confirm and do that).

I'm suyou probably tried all this but just in case...

If the roblem is solved can you advise what fixed it ?

Thanks

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COuldalso be the Valve coils are faulty in wich case they need replacing (agians I would get an engineer outto confirm and do that).

I'm suyou probably tried all this but just in case...

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Thanks

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