Worcester 24CDi

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by il78, 9 Oct 2006.

  1. il78

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    Can anyone point me in the right direction in obtaining "fault finding" instructions for a Worcester 24CDi boiler, have looked on the Worcester website and can only find the user instructions.

    Boiler does not ignite when hot water or central heating is called for, indicator light flashes slow (lock-out), but the next day will work for a few days then it locks out agin for a night, this a happened 3 to 4 times over the past months.

    Engineer has been out to service the boiler and check whatever....

    Anyone have ideas?

    Regards.....
     
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    Has the engineer not got his own set of fault finding instuctions? Or has he not found out the cause of the fault?
     
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    He does not have the fault finding instructions and does not know the problem, but may think it is the gas valve..
     
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    Ok -if you,or he gets in touch with worcester bosch they will send you a copy of the manfacturers instructions which will have the fault finding in the booklet.
     
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    which indicator light flashes slowly?....if he phones worcester technical help they will talk him through the fault finding with a few basic tools.
     
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    This fellow says he is in the Vatican City.

    They have a whole new set of regulations about using gas enginers approved by the Pope.

    It seems to be a pretty incompetent fellow if he cannot diagnose a simple fault!
     
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