Its a tough one. I was same as you ten years or do ago did plenty of bathrooms worked on heating systems etc.
I went the college route 3 years...
If the joint on the branch was outside the externsl wall then the soil pipe would be stood off the wall too far.
The branch joint is always just...
The flexes will almist certainly be blocked
Easiest place to drop the pressure for a novice is the bleeding points on the rads (air taps)
Get a little tub to catch the water
Well done glad to help.
I think youll find the temp at the tap a lot lower. 60 degrees is very hot.
A service kit is required. Comes with all relevant seals
Could be the pipework leading up to it. Whst type of system do you have?
Take live and neutral from the fuse spur.
The brown and blue wires in your pics are common and heating on.
Trace them back to boiler or wiring centre.
You have posted the diagrams up...
Are you actually measuring the temp coming out of the tap and its 60 degrees?
The receiver needs wiring near the boiler.
That way you can pick up live, neutral and earth up at the fuse spur.
The two wires in your existing...
With the pump running undo the screw on the front and try stop the impeller.
If you can stop it then the pump is weak and new one requird
Not sure but your probably best employing a heating engineer who is confident working on a s plan.
He will be able to trace the fault with a...
Run a pipe under the floor from the back of the house if possible.
Test if you have a switch live back at the boiler
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