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    How is this operated by user?

    This one is old, would have thought long replaced with digital display ones. Have been told its a V8 and manual I got from internet is 1999.
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    How is this operated by user?

    Yes found it round a corner in L shaped hall. Looks very old not digital, Unset light not on.
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    How is this operated by user?

    Yes in next couple of days. Practically it would be only one of the doors, but will check other too.
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    How is this operated by user?

    Thanks. Will revisit and have another look, when found will visit SpecSavers on way back :-)
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    How is this operated by user?

    Can anyone identify how this alarm will be Set and Unset?
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    Hot water coming from expansion pipe into header tank.

    Thanks Stardanny for you advice job done now and fault cured :-)
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    Hot water coming from expansion pipe into header tank.

    Not suggesting, saying and knowing. :-)
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    Hot water coming from expansion pipe into header tank.

    Sorry no, never been cleaned before, except for full system flushes. Is it the compression connections that make you think that, if so not the case. Up to those connections came with the built up cylinder c/w pump, this air separator, zone valves and appropriate pipe between.
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    Hot water coming from expansion pipe into header tank.

    No sorry, 2 spanners, one for 22mm and 15mm compression fittings.
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    Hot water coming from expansion pipe into header tank.

    Nothing attracting a magnet. Replacing might be a bodging type of exercise, its a solid brazed unit from pump connection to the 3 compression pipe connectors. Cleaning I guess worth ago.
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    Hot water coming from expansion pipe into header tank.

    Done a photo for you Stardanny. from left Pump, Bypass, Hot water Coil, Input from header tank and Expansion pipe to header tank.
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    Hot water coming from expansion pipe into header tank.

    Just by pump about 8" away from it's 22mm pipe.
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    Hot water coming from expansion pipe into header tank.

    22mm copper pipe going up and past header tank and looping down so hot water falls into tank then from bottom of tank 15mm copper pipe to about 2" away from where the other left the system. Is the corrosion/sludge caused then by the hot water passing through the air?
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    Hot water coming from expansion pipe into header tank.

    As Subject, have read other posts. Running pump at slowest, faster gives more flow out of expansion pipe. Boiler goes on and off so I assume its thermostat working. Bleed radiators and pump. Lowered level water in header tank when cold so when water comes from expansion pipe no water overflows...
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    Replacing traditional galvanised water tank.

    Shower ! how would I get a shower from one of my hot water taps?
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    Replacing traditional galvanised water tank.

    Well larger than one coming out and been in use 55 years and its not in loft.
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    Replacing traditional galvanised water tank.

    Hi Got the Polytank 18-18-18 at a local Travis Perkins this afternoon, thanks for all the help and advise. With it came all new tank fittings just one puzzling me that is additional to the old way. On existing tank the safety overflow for if the ball valve input fails it is straight out into...
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    Replacing traditional galvanised water tank.

    Screwfix I checked do not have the 18-18-18 listed but they do list 20-20-20 but not kept by my 4 nearest stores, might just go with pipework mods. Loft is out, assess and work space limited and support of that weight a problem need strengthening etc. A couple of hours work turned into days.
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    Replacing traditional galvanised water tank.

    No I said its not the central heating the central heating has its own header tank. Sorry but I know you trying to be helpful but all I want to obtain is a plastic tank to replace an excising galvanised one of a very similar size.
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    Replacing traditional galvanised water tank.

    Thanks Dilado I not see any point in changing the way this water is supplied as eventually it will become redundant when the time comes to replace the traditional design of central heating comes.
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