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Is it possible to change the thermostat L641a1005 without draining the water down. The thermostat seems to be secured with a large jubilee clip. This is fitted to a hot water cylinder in the airing cupboard. Barry

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Yes this can be removed without draining anything. It only mounts on the surface of the hot cylinder tank.

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