Entirely possible the boards popped...if you put the N from the old stat onto NO on the new one you've railed 230vac down the neutral
Take note of this
Copper is worth taking if you've got a decent amount. The rest isnt worth the fuel to get there.
Be fine....F3 can be left in indefinately, its not very strong.
I'll add on..if it smells chemically, it looks like cleaner has been left in. Fernox F5 looks that colour after a while
£50 labour :ROFLMAO:....Im not even getting in the van
Its not a great colour that...id drain and refill a couple of times then fill and re inhibit
Thats a shocker! Who ever fitted thats just cobbled together the free stuff that comes with the sink.
Personally, i recommend and fit Ideal boilers. Preferably the Vogue model. Stainless steel heat exchanger as opposed to most with alu and 10-12...
Then they'd have to discuss that with you at the time.
If they've surveyed and quoted correctly, unless theres any hidden nastys, they should have...
Medium pressure regulators should, i think, be the gas transporters responsibility. In this case, Cadent.
Paste on new fittings....ptfe on old olives.
The feedback is correct....thats an eyesore :LOL:
I use cheese wire...never failed me yet
Both have the same heat ex as far as i know...wouldn't have either personally. The pure is a dumbed down version..basically as glowworm energy....
If its an older Vogue it will need an extra bit...ring ideal technical.
Id say gas valve has been drowned at a guess.
I only use ptfe on old olives. If new then i use a smear of Jetblue on the olive.
Yes and yes
Because you know youll wind up the majority of the posters on this group. Its got nothing to do with plumbing nor gas
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