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Hello i have problem with my boiler mate 2000,when heating is swithch on , boiler on the kitchen still flashing with green lights (reset) im not sure how they fixted this problem all radiators ok ,hot

I try reset just like manual book sayes ,but problem coming back

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Hello Wojtek!

Over here in the colonies, we don't know from Boiler Mates, and I'm sure you have already discovered the same documents I foumd. The word "fiddly" came up in the second link and while we don't use that term often on this side of the pond, it definitely sounds pejorative.

Unfortunately, as we say over here, you may be "in for it".

Other than a reset, have you tried a "hard" reset by pulling the power? How about control/alt/delete ???

OK, now I'm getting silly.

All the best

http://www.gasapplianceguide.co.uk/Gledhill%20Boilermate%20explained.htm

http://www.gledhill-response.net/documents/boilermater2000switch_user.pdf

Posted on Dec 11, 2014

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    wojtek Dec 11, 2014

    Thx Steve
    I try evrything looks like circuit board don't work as should.
    But thx for help

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