Question about Procom ML300HGA Heater
This sounds like your gas outlet test point is open if it was comissioned on original install the comissioner is to blame this also goes for service guy too as they should test appliance pressure on service and they do forget to seal it off, the funny thing is its gas its dangerous!so should never be left open. also i have had heaters get installed and had same problem before comissioning of heater as comissioning should be done by gas fitter as he would have found this and if has been comissioned he caused this, and look it may not be the reason why you are smelling gas but sounds more than likely to be it so call different gas fitter to come back and fix he won't tell you it's something its not and charge you for something you don't need to be charged for, you should then send his bill to original gas fitter to pay as he should have found this himself! its law for them to check the install and comission but they don't do it
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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