That's an open flued appliance fitted into what appears to be old fire opening. There will be a chimney above it outside on the roof. Only an...
A wider picture of the fire would help, but by the GC No it may well be an open flued fire fitted in a fire opening.
Make sure the CH flow pipe remains cool when in hot water mode. If it gets hot, then you may a faulty diverter valve.
DIY gas advice is not allowed on the open forum to prevent owners endangering themselves. With that boiler I would seek a professional to fix what...
"but I am not corgi registered" Call a pro. Forum rules prevent giving diy gas advice.
The Smartfit stuff is obsolete, apart from S/H stuff on ebay. It's low voltage, and the 240 volt honeywell heads will not fit the existing valve...
Do you have power to the switched live on the boiler? The make and model would help.
There could well be a purpose built relief hole higher up in the closure plate. Depends on manufacturer.
With all due respect, your installer should be able to tell you the regulations.
Like when you're out of the house?
The only time I've ever seen them used is on concealed plinth heaters, in kitchens.
That's correct advice. Just make sure you clean the filter regularly.
I doubt you'll get much help here in the open forum. If I'm correct you will be removing parts inside the compartment which contains the heat...
Chefs blow torch. Do a search. Available from all good cook stores.
Thats a drain cock, and is not designed to be used as a tap. Why not fit a proper tap?
Pipe it externally?
Most likely a cooker supply and it will be 1/2 inch BSP mild steel.
Untitled by 45yearsagasman posted 10 Feb 2011 at 7:37 PM
There you go.
I always use Kudox from Screwfix. Never had a failure and you get rad valves included.
Why not post a picture? Saves a lot of guesswork. It may be a medium pressure regulator, and not your responsibility.
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