Warmfront help: how to refuse the Ideal logic boiler??

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by sarahjones1975, 9 Oct 2011.

  1. towan

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    As have already said Logic all the way.
    Much better than the Junior.
     
  2. Jake1886

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    I'd rather have a Logic over a Junior as well. Not a massive fan of either manufacturer tbh.
     
  3. Whitespirit66

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    [quote="sarahjones1975";p="2142140
    PCB, connector and boiler contains al, au, pb, possibly ag also.
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    Buy another boiler, and do your bit for the African economy. Mining all of these metals keeps African children in employment.
     
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    Sorry :oops:
    Was confused as you said you bought one then tried to refuse a free one?
    Get the logic it is really performing well with no major faults for a good two years now.
    I know as I have to check the recalls and parts ordered and fault trends for my engineers in Scotland(I work for Ideal) ;)
     
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    OK, I've made up my mind, I'm going with the LOGIC after your feedback and looking at it's repair manual. If the Logic is a bag of knackers atleast it is easy to strip and gives decent fault code info. I may even be able to do it myself!

    Couldn't find a repair manual for the WB junior, (is that coz they never breakdown?) looks like the expansion vessel and other bits are more time consuming to replace as they are around the back of the unit.

    Will update and let you know how it goes!
     
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    Al and Pb are hardly precious metals at all. In fact the Cu is more costly!

    The amount of Au and Ag in current ICs is so minute that its not generally worth reclaiming just for its value.
     
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    Fitted quite a few of these logic boilers now and they seem very very good.
     
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    Get what your given and be grateful.
    People tsk!
    If you don't like it buy your own boiler.
     
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    Holy thread revival Batman!
     
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    KER-POW
     
  11. onlyfitidealboilers

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    I fit both Worcester and ideal both good with good warrantys.

    Get what your given!! Or buy your own
     

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