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Baxi heating we can get instand hot water in the taps but nothing is going through the radiators, what could be wrong

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Have u got it set to heating and hot water.....Also check ur circulating pump is working

Posted on Oct 12, 2013

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SOURCE: when i turn heating or hot water on fuse board trips

it was a faulty heating pump. replaced, all ok now.

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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SOURCE: combi bioler heats water but wont heat the

There are 2 Heat Exchangers and 2 Water Pumps on a Combi, at least the one I had when I lived in the UK did.
There is a Thermal Cut Out on both. They look like a Disc, that is Soldered [with provision for connecting the wiring] onto the Hot Water Outlet from the Exchanger to the Pump, to Supply either the Domestic Hot Water, or on the other Exchanger, Central Heating.
If 1 of these fails, the System will start up and when the temp reaches a certain point will trip out the Burner, and continue to Run the Pump until the Temperature drops, and then Stop.
The type I had, had Pumps with a Black front facind nut, this unscrews anti clockwise to release that center, that could be pulled slightly, and used as a Key to turn the Pump Impeller, in the event that lack of use would make it stick, when powered up.
There shouId be a Diagram, inside of the Front Panel, that shows the layout for the whole Internal Water flow, Pipes, Pumps, Safety devices etc. I hope this has helped you.
Regards,DT
Nevada, USA

Posted on Aug 30, 2009

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SOURCE: we have no heating. boiler, radiator and hot water

sounds like a pump fault get unit serviced

Posted on Jan 17, 2010

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SOURCE: I can only get heating to the radiators upstairs, not downstairs

balance the rads.
upstair radiators turn all valves off,heat will then divert downstairs,open valves upstairs 4 turns on locksheilds and number 4 on trvs if u have any.
then if that does not work get a combi or powerflush.
if u cant afford then drain a little from rads,get x300 sludge remover from plumb shop and put in header tank(not hot water tank).
then fill system up and repeat balancing.

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Posted on Jan 24, 2010

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SOURCE: boiler is a baxi control for heating is honeywell.

this will be your diaphram inside your divertor valve.
the one that looks like a spaceship.
it will e split.

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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