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Junkers boiler I have a Junkers boiler with an A3 code. Not sure what I should do. Should I push the disconnect button and then reconnect it.

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SOURCE: Ferroli boiler error code A3

boilers need a certain amount of water pressure to operate as specified--there may be a pressure regulator valve, allowing a certain amount of water to your boiler, and when water is drawn elsewhere, there may not be enough getting to the boiler---this is one possible solution, but there are easily 20 more, and that is where a trusted plumber is worth it's gold...very difficult to diagnose most plumbing problems without being onsite

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SOURCE: Faulty Junkers water heater

first find out from your manual what the flashing red light means...that should narrow your search---could be a thermocouple shot,a rubber diphragm in the gas valve has weakened and not operated, or gas pressure into the appliance may suddenly be too low, or springs in gas valve may have worn out---very many possibilities

Posted on Mar 14, 2010

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