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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: re: combi boiler.
if you have hot water at the taps but the heating isn't working make sure the thermostat is set high enough for the boiler to run check the time clock settings are on.
if these are working it could be a faulty diverter valve switch not sending a signal to the boiler to run.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
I know of no limitations on the temperature of the inlet water for any boiler. The warmer the water, the less energy it will take to heat it to desired temp and the colder the water, the more energy it will take. Extreme temps over an extended amout of time in either direction can stress a unit and could possibly, only possibly reduce service time.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
SOURCE: combi boiler problem
most have an overrun built in for a few minutes. if much longer have you got a room thermostat anywhere to turn down
If it never turns off check the switch which controls ON/TIMED/OFF and turn to timed or off. if it still continues on timed then it's the timer
Posted on May 03, 2009
SOURCE: vokera combi boiler
there is a zoneing valve thats suppose to be in the line to keep this from happening, might even have a check valve either way which ever one you have is bad and should be changed with a new one
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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