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Morning, We've not had our heating on for ages, but the hot water has been working fine. I put the heating on for a short time last night and this morning the boiler is showing number 2 and doesnt fire up (sounds like its trying for a couple of seconds). Can you advise please?

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Hi,


For a competent expert to be able to answer your problem, you will need to give a specific make and model of your unit.
Also include as much as possible about what you have already tried to do to resolve the problem along with exactly what is not working or what the unit is not doing that it is supposed to do.
This will help us experts to be able to give you the correct advise the first time, without having to guess so much as to what is actually happening.

Thank you!

heatman101

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

  • madizzy001 Sep 30, 2010

    Thanks heatman, I've actually managed to get it working though (turned everything off, twisted the dial back and forth a few times!).
    Appreciate you time and advice! x

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