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Try the connector at the top of the boiler where the fan and the pressure sensor switch connect.This connector can corrode causing the power to not get to the fan. I looks like an ordinary terminal block but actually is a pin connector. Pull the connector apart, clean the pins and the inside of the sockets with fine emery paper, carefully prise the two halves of each pin apart and reconnect the connector. Be careful with the last step otherwise you can break the pins!! To get access to the connector remove the outer casing of the boiler and then the inner front plate - you will see the fan and the offending connector at the very top.
Posted on May 03, 2009
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