Your best bet is to buy a freezing kit, put a stop tap in a suitable place for future maintenance whilst it's frozen.
Boiler parts are priced in the same fashion as car parts, ie; expensive.
I would need to be in front of your boiler to diagnose the exact fault....
These are great boilers, they must not be used with the cover off, please get someone in who knows what they're doing to sort it out for you.
Sounds to me like it's just pulling on the trap.
AAV needing fitting on trap maybe?
Take the actuator off and see if you can operate the spindle easily.
Then, with the pipes cool, turn on the heating, turn the spindle to HW and...
Looks like a Potty Promax to me, you're quite likely to find that the flue seals have failed, and some, or all of that water is condensate, as DP...
Clearly circulation problem, I suggest you get someone who knows what they're doing.
It doesn't matter nowadays which end the TRV is, as long as...
If they're connected to a modern combi boiler, be prepared for a load of grief from the rust getting in the plate hex and causing problems.
For the sake of a bit of plasterboard, can you cut a hole below and access it from beneath?
Seems to be a common fault with them, hard to believe given that digital clocks have been around for years.
Fortunately, it's very easy to...
Why aren't there any clips at all on that condi pipe?:rolleyes:
Ignore that advice, just fit it to the return pipe.
Halstead = skip
Just put a bigger rad in with a thermostat on it.
Expect to pay £80-100 + rad.
Why not ask a local plumber to do it for you, just take the pipe to him, it'll take less than a minute?
You could always do it properly, and simply ask for a pair of 15mm x half inch male irons (y)
From its positioning, I'd say its a gas pipe that has been capped off.
I suggest you get a gas reg fella in to check it out/ cap it off in a...
You need someone to take a look inside the boiler.
Looks like a component is leaking, great boilers to work on, will be an easy repair.
As IanmcD says, probably piped wrongly.
Quite often, you can just take them off, turn them around, job done.
You need to look if the copper pipe from your boiler that ends outside the house is leaking. If it is, you will need a repair.
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