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I've got a Worcester Bosch boiler had a leak In the pipe On the landing so a friend emptied the boiler an I fixed the pipe but I don't know how to refill the boiler


Can you get the manual online? You have the Manufacturer info so you probably have the model number too. I found a manual on Manuals.com for my boiler so they may have yours too which will hopefully have some information on filling boiler although I realize each installation is somewhat different but that's why it's difficult to answer you question. Usually there is a manual pressure valve that regulates the water pressure in the boiler which is usually pretty low...like less than 20 lbs. The manual should tell you the pressure as well. But this pressure valve has a flip handle that comes off the cold water line to the boiler to do just what you want to do...refill it with water. When refilling the boiler (if you find the valve, you may have to purge the air out of the lines which there is a whole other process for. But you shouldn't allow cold water into a hot boiler...it could crack it when the cold water hits the hot cast iron. So make sure the boiler is cool when filling it up.
Now go try to find that manual!

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You didn't specify what kind of boiler you have. Some low pressure steam boilers have a manual fill valve as well as an automatic float switch valve. Hot water boilers have a pressure reducing valve that constantly monitor the boiler pressure and maintain 12 to 18 PSI for the safety of the boiler. If the boiler runs out of water there is a good chance it will rupture and become unrepairable. If you are saying your boiler won't fill, and its a hot water boiler, the pressure reducing valve is probably blocked with sediment and needs replacement. The valve is in the water line that feeds directly into the boiler return line from city water. Hope this helps.

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many boilers have an anti-scald device installed on top... Look for a handle that doesn't turn, Loosen the screw on the handle then pull it out until it can turn. Turn it to full open or to a setting that will prevent scalding as to your preference. I'm not sure you have such a device nor who manufactured it or how it is designed, so if you see something there you may have to figure it out for yourself.

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Boiler Programmer user manual


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I have an ideal standard he30 boiler instaled about 6 weeks ago. the boiler keeps losing presure about half a bar every 2 days if i dont top it up it will trip the fuse on the fuse board acording to the...


All the combis I've come across merely fail to fire if the pressure is not up. not only do they not fire, nothing else works including the pump and in any event the pump should not overheat just on low pressure.
water loss - try turning off the valves on the flow & return pipes [3/4 inch ones] 1 valve per pipe . This will isolate the rest of the system - rads etc Note pressure over a time period. In this mode the hot water circuit will still work but do NOT use the heating circuit
1/2 bar over 2 days is not serious but it should be found
Once you have either mended the leak in the rest of the system or found there is not one, insist on a replacement boiler
In any event having looked at the reasons given for the fuse blowing, I would definitely get a replacement.
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Warning! Can cause electrical shock! Here is the instruction manual
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