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    external filler or caulk? advice please

    Hello. I am seeking some advice please. I have an oldish house 1900's. It does not have the regular 'foundations' as was the way in those days. It is a brick built house but with a cement rendered exterior. Due to seasonal movement, and heat from a real fire/ chimney, there are several narrow...
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    potterton statesman flowsure plus-high temp

    pump checked. runs with central heating and hot water demand , otherwise doesn't run (tried another pump and does same things, so back to original)- so if thats normal, then the pump is ok and boiler thermostat change has made no difference either. the temp is still 85 degrees on the gauge, and...
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    potterton statesman flowsure plus-high temp

    great. thanks for the info. lastly, the pump does not appear to be running continuously. should it??. i seem to remember in the past that it did. could this be the cause of the high temp and thus the steam coming out of the boiler bleed air vents?? strange thing is though, that if the central...
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    potterton statesman flowsure plus-high temp

    thanks for the reply. shouldn't the boiler thermostat knob though alter the boiler temp though?, and thus the temperature on the gauge? at the mo its 85 degrees regradless of boiler thermostat knob position and water seems really hot regardless of DHW knob position. cheers
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    potterton statesman flowsure plus-high temp

    Any help would be gratefully recieved, thanks in advance. I have a potterton statesman flowsure plus. Its about 5 years old. Has always been a little temperamental, but generally ok, except for a Pump change about 1 year ago. Current problem is that I noticed the boiler seemed to be running a...
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