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Valliant turbomax boiler f.62?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by fionat, 11 Nov 2008.

  1. fionat

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    My Valliant turbomax boiler keeps displaying a fault code of F.62? I have read through the manuals but cannot find what this error code means. I had the boiler installed about 8 years ago. This problem has been going on for approx a week. I keep resetting the boiler. It will work again for anything up to a day but then goes back to this fault code. Will I need to call out an engineer or can I fix it myself?
     
  2. mickyg

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    F.60 to F.67 Irreversible electronic system malfunction Electronic system defective

    whatever that means :confused: pcb maybe

    from ecotec manual : F.62 Gas valve shutoff delay Gas valve leaking, electronics defective

    might not be relevant but vaillant tend to stick to the same fault codes. Wait for DM to turn up, he'll know
     
  3. dangermouse46

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    new pcb reqd, call vaillant for a fixed price repair would be cheapest option


    01773 828100
     
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    Hi i have a fault f67? can anyone narrow this down?
     
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    F62 an f67 are both classed as ireversable electronic fault strangely the earlier turbomax was very susceptible to this and was caused by voltage creeping up over 250/260v on the mains usually in villages where the power sometimes peaks
     

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