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I have a c28 heat line condense boiler and it says that i need to re ressurise the boiler via the temporary filling loop.hw do i do this pls as i have a newborn n need asap.thanks

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SOURCE: how do I re-pressurise the boiler via the temporary filling loop

you may need to hook a hose to the drain and to a spigot depending on your water pressure in your home and back feed the unit to desired pressur,, does t have an auto matic feed valve or just a shut off valve,,

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