Question about Plumbing
The worcester bosch boiler relay keeps energising due to the residual voltage when it should be off. Whats causing the problem if a .47UF capacitor collapse the residual voltage?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bosch Worcester 24i Boiler
soory to tell you that you stuff needed a serious troubleshooting in each parts and the repair tech or the service tech in your area can torubleshoot in person. since i am far from your location. melnavz
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
SOURCE: Faulty Worcester boiler
we have a worcester24i rsf boiler installed in our mobile home buy the the water temperature seems locked in at a certain temperatutr any idea how we can change this
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
What kind of boiler are using is this boiler a on the demand electric or gas? You need low voltage wires. If you get me make and model # of off boiler i can try and find wiring diagram . Tell me a little more about you heat system to. Like baseboard heat or in floor how many zones
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
Electric motors are always equipped with a magnetic starter, composed of a magnetic contactor and an overload relay. It protects the motor from burning out when the current drawn exceeds the setting of the overload relay by cutting the power supply.
Furthermore, motors draw more current during starting and draws even more when the load driven is heavy.
Check the following for early prevention of burning out of the motor windings:
Note: Continuity test is done using an ohmmeter. With continuity means zero resistance. No continuity means infinite resistance. You may actually need the help of a qualified electrician.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
SOURCE: My Worcester Bosch 35cdi boiler
35 cdi worcester combi about 3 years old,heating not working,hot water works fine.It's been serviced not long ago.Room stat turned up and trv's ,but boiler want fire up,there's power to the boiler and the room stat the built in time clock is switched to on, but still nothing. do you think it could be the diverter valve, when i got there it was flashing SE which mean's it needs a service,cleaned the heat exchanger and burner with the proper worceter brush etc then re set boiler with technical, they also said it could be the built in clock and told me to disconect it, and just use the heating stat to control it.It still want fire.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
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