Question about Water Heaters
First ensure that the thermostat is well connected and turning on the boiler.
Ensure that water has sufficient pressure.
Check the radiators , and ensure that the problem is not given by air inside the radiators.
There are several pipes connected to the boiler. Find the ones that send water to the radiators, and check if the valves in the pipes are open.
If there is nothing in there, then there are more faults that can cause heating to stop, like for example a faulty diverter valve, but at that point for safety reasons it is better to call a service technician, since the boiler must be partially taken apart and tested.
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Posted on Mar 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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