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My baxi combi 100 he plus keeps losing pressure cant find a leak anywhere inside but some water coming outside from expansion pipe?

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If you are having a small amount of water loss thru t&p valve then the valve may just be getting old and need relaced,If yours is a typical valve there will be a small handle in the center on the valve face. Open this valve by pulling straight back on handle end. If it's too hard to open dom' t force it. If you can open it then do so 4-5 times in a hurry ad when it closes tap on on the center of valve where the pivot point for valve handle is. Just tap it lightly and see if the leak slows down or stops. If so I would go ahead and replace the valve. Thank you

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