Just be careful who you call if you ever need the boiler repairing as th following is what a typical gas safe engineer posts up in the...
Your very right.
Why are you removing the boiler cover and playing with the Pump?
Have you not got a boyfriend that you could fiddle with instead?
Have you tried using the force?
Usually the flux capacitor, have you tried resetting it?
Cool story bro!!!
So it took you 7 days to repair?? Your not not much of an 'expert'
I bet you had a quick look in the combustion chamber...
It's not the Microswitch, though it is a common fault on a boiler that looks like a 105.
All that time and money you've wasted!
Why don't you just get someone who's competent to repair the boiler?
Did you check the Flux capacitor while taking out the Main Heat Exchanger?
Did you clean the cover when you took it off? :wink:
Could be the flux capacitor, usually works at around 88k check it with your multi-meter.
Could be the flux capacitor failing to keep resistance when the BBF reaches around 88c.
Faults like this are usually the flux capacitor, have you looked in the manual for where it's located?
Yes I can help, It's got an F13 fault.
And just ignore all the numpties on here that will advise you to start opening up the boiler, get a gas...
Have you tried taking it out for dinner sometimes and showing it some affection, maybe saying I love you once in a while?
When you changed the pcb did you make sure that you connected up the flux capacitor correctly, it's usually 3 wires.
Are you an idiot?
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