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Boiler will not switch off

Our boiler timeswitch will not switch our boiler off.

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    Amanda Drew Aug 25, 2017

    That's strange that your boiler won't turn off. Mine has recently been acting really finicky too since it is making a really high pitched noise and just going like crazy. I think that we should probably both get a professional to look at our boilers before either of us have an emergency.http://www.esirentalboilers.com

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It's important to make sure everything is okay with your boiler. That means that it turns on and works just fine when you want it to, and in the same way it should also turn off when it needs to be turned off.

Boilers not turning off might not be a problem in your home but there certainly are some homeowners who struggle with this issue. This issue needs to be fixed right away because boilers that won't turn off could increase the risk of overheating in your home. Not only that, but you'll also find yourself paying more since your boiler won't stop running.

You can check your boiler's thermostat and see if anything changes when you try to turn the temperature levels down. If nothing happens, you should contact an expert to check the thermostat. Hiring an expert offers many advantages. Your heating system professional will also look for other areas that could be causing the issue such as the valves, the programmer, and the intricate wiring inside the boiler. These areas require the skill of an expert that's why it's best to visit the website of I-Delta to get connected with a professional who will help you.

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SOURCE: timeswitch on combi boiler sticks when due to come on

best answer is to replace the timeswitch (you could try a little wd 40 but at end of day youd ony buy a few months.)

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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