Question about Combi Centre DX - Mango
The pressure release may be faulty, or simply just to much pressure.
Try turning the red nob at the end of the pressure release, that will bring the pressure down.
Other you probably need a new pressure release valve.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Sep 24, 2012
Sounds like youve topped the pressure up too much, the boiler needs to be on 1 bar pressure from a cold state, thats the max really you want to increase it too, in operation the boiler pressure increases due to heat expansion but sounds like you may have more of a problem, if your renting the property then its the landlords duty to ensure your boiler works and its safe- consult the landlord asap and they sohould help you out
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