There's still Plumbers out there having to fix these crappy boilers, any extra helpful info that goes straight to the real problem is only useful...
You need someone who's had experience of these boilers and if I was 100 miles nearer I could replace THE PUMP for you :wink: :wink: :wink:
Over here there is, you can't trade as a Plumber on the IoM unless you have a trade card, and to get one of those you need the rest
Well a sink is 900mm high, you could try that and see if it's comfy
Sink taps should be high level to comply with water regs
1. Did you just renew the pipework
2. Are the TRV's two-way
3. Are the lockshield valves open
4. If the TRV's are old unidirectional types,...
You need to neutralise system pressure first!
Feed is usually 15mm if it's mains, 22mm if it's gravity
Expansion is usually 22mm from the cylinder to the tank
Primary's are 22mm unless it's...
When you had a new CWST fitted, did you replace the float valve and was the water level set?
...water from the overflow usually points to a...
What he said :roll:
...when were the sani's last serviced?
a. First off there's already a filling loop (correctly disconnected after filling the system)
b. Secondly, you don't go faffing about with...
On the plus side the customer has a mostly new system :)
1. isolate the water supply to the float valve (or if there isn't one fitted, close the main stop cock)
2. empty the cistern by flushing as best...
By throttling the main supply, you're not reducing the static pressure, just the flow
...working pressure will reduce though
1. It's a basin not a sink - kitchen sink, wash hand basin ;)
2. Where's your sealing washer that fits between the backnut and basin?
Is there likely to be any asbestos involved in this old install?
How about posting a photo of the shower?
When all else fail read the MI's
Trap prevents ingress of foul air
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