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My boiler has stopped working. It is less than 6 months old. I need to establish what the problem is, i.e. gas supply or the unit itself before I call anyone out

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  • Hels Bells Aug 04, 2008

    Hi I need to confirm those details first. But I didn't mention the boiler is less than 6 months old. It is gas and I have not done anything out of the ordinary to make it stop working. I have checked with the gas company and they advised for me to check my metre when I get home just to make sure it is not a supply problem.

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Without a brand name and model number it's much to hard and lengthy to even start. What do you use for fuel? Are you out? Have you replaced the batteries in the thermostat? Have you checked to see if the Emergency Switch is on as well as the circuit breaker?

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