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    compatible cylinder???

    thanks for responses. Here's a photo if it helps. I appreciate you're not being condescending - of course I don't know what I'm talking about, I'm not especially thick but neither of my degrees had to do with heating engineering! That's why it's helpful to get other points of view through the...
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    compatible cylinder???

    Hope someone can confirm or refute some advice we've had please... We had an old Potterton Regular boiler replaced with a Worcester 30Cdi System boiler (open vented) last year. The fitter was Gas Safe registered and was recommended to us but we've had some 'issues' with his work. The latest...
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    help! solving condensation in ongoing build

    thanks for all the comments, gave us food for thought. I'd still be grateful for any more comments on the safety aspect as per the first reply - given the room's not yet in use, should we still be worried? anyhow the plan is now: Monday -turn the boiler off and wipe down, stick a IP rated...
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    help! solving condensation in ongoing build

    Sorry, didn't explain properly - the new boiler is going in the new (under construction) room - which is currently wet and unplastered. Can't install either the boiler (or electrics for the spur obviously!) until it's dry and then plastered. can't get it dry and plastered and boiler fitted...
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    help! solving condensation in ongoing build

    Just for avoidance of doubt - the new room isn't in use; it isn't finished. The boiler is being replaced and put in a new position (venting outside of course!). Trouble is we can't get to that stage until the vapour problem is dealt with long enough for the blockwork etc to dry out- so the...
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    help! solving condensation in ongoing build

    sorry for the long explanation... We are having a small side extension built, currently halfway through the build and it has come to an impasse. Our boiler (to be replaced and resited) currently vents into the new room. The boiler vapour is causing the room to be saturated with water, with...
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