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Worcester 28si II - HELP !!!?

I have inadvertently put a whole tube of inhibitor into the combusting sensor point thinking this was a route to the main water flow - I now realise it is not!

Can this be fixed??

Any advise would be so gratefully received, not least to save my bacon from the missus!
Lee

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Just clean it out best you can, what do you mean you poured some x1oo in the flue gas Analising point. if so make shaw electrics and pcb are dry and you should get away with it it should dry it self out

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