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When we put the heating on, water drips from the overflow. we have an engineer booked for next week, but in the meantime, should we not have the heating on?

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Hello,Sounds like a defective expansion tank(extrol).If this is the case you can run heat BUT the blow off will leak EVERY time the burner is on and running.The water will (make up) automatically.Do not run this way for too long (2 weeks)& only if the water leak will not damage anything.

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