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My pressure is low on my baxi boiler have attached feeder to pipes and turned valve to introduce water but the pressure is not changing, what am I not doing?

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Does the water pressure before the heater is strong? if so then there is a problem with the entrance valve.There might be some object that blocks the entrance of water or the valve itself is not working properly.

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