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I have a Johnson starly boiler and I just turned heating on and I noticed a spanner symbol and E40 flashing can you tell me what it is please

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What SC code is the machine giving? Watch the LCD display and the machine will give an SC Code. Let us know this and we may be help to further.

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SOURCE: spanner symbol on dash, and pinging when turning ign on

try; 1. Switch off the engine and turn off the key 2. Turn the key on second level just before cranking and press M button twice 3. Within 10 sec, turn key off 4. press and hold the M button 5. Swith on the key and keep holding M button 6. Wait until hear buzz sound 7. release the buttin

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SOURCE: I have a Honeywell Thermostat CM67NG The flame

You may have a broken thermostat wire. Disconnect the wires from the thermostat and please note what colors are hooked to which terminals. Cross the R and W wires and see if your heating system turns on. If it does not, you have a broken wire or bad connection at the heating system. If it does start, you have a bad thermostat or bad connection at the thermostat.

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SOURCE: Hi there. Our valiant boiler doesn't seem

Lack of pressure in the primary circuit [radiators] Look for a pressure gauge should read between 0.5 & 1.5 bar
Somewhere there is a tap/valve/pipe connection to refill & looks like a small thumb turn or a screwdriver turn on a connection on the mains water inlet pipe. turn on until you get the right pressure then off

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