First time using PEX tubing 16mm. What clips should I be using to fix this to walls?
I am in Portugal so might be going crazy but do they not need to fix their pipes to walls as they
dont seem to have any clips to fix the pipes?
I am in the process of buying a house in Portugal.
The rooms currently have a wood floor and cellar below span 3 metres in all rooms.
The wood floor has wood worm and needs replacing. I am aiming to install underfloor heating
at the same time I replace the floors with tiles as the finish.
I would first eliminate a fuel problem by getting a fuel can placing it about 6 inches above the burner and putting the fuel lead into the oil.
You'll might need to bleed the pump by loosening the test point to purge any air and firing the burner a couple of times to clear the air.
Probably best to junk all the wiring of the existing boiler as worcester typically make it over complicated.
All it needs is a live delivered from the pipe thermostat to the limit thermostat and boiler thermostat to the burner to fire the boiler and boiler pump up.
I think worcester probably use...
In the boiler was working it should just work without any modification setting the hot water to off
and controlling the central heating with a pipe thermostat on the incoming from pool side of the heat exchanger if possible
to maintain the pool temperature. Connecting this in at the wall...
1. Get new plastic tank.
2. Although regulation will most likely mean you need a bunded tank. There aren't any police that are going to come around and
demand you put one in and most plumbers oil engineers will put you one in if you are paying but don't expect anyone
to give you a receipt for...
Yes it will work.
Quite a log of fitters won't have a clue and will tell you that you need a system boiler.
All that required is two zone values and be able to switch the boiler to fire when either tank or central heating is calling for heat that may already be there so just a bit of wiring.
Cheap option is just have a wood burner for the living room and forget the idea of heating the house.
Leave it to a modern boiler that will do it without any intervention required. Also a lot cheaper to implement.
My own time is valuable so wouldn't want to waste it on chopping wood and filling...
I had a rayburn.
You will spend all your time putting wood into it rather than with your feet up watching the tv.
Threw that out and got a nice lpg range cooker and the stupid government were daft enough to buy me a biomass pellet boiler.
If you wanted to use the wood I would go for a thermal...
Probably just needs the expansion vessel pumping up and some pressure adding. Sadly not worth getting anyone out as the cost savings
on solar thermal are so small not worth it. Solar thermal isn't viable in the UK.
After a bit more searching I think what I needed is a fully recessed counter balance garage door mechanism.
Only problem is I can't seem to find that in the UK.
Unless anyone knows different.
It will not protrude outside at any point in the operating. Like if the door opened straight onto the...
I need to replace my garage door.
I have the chance to buy a garage door cheap 14ft wide
however my width available is only 13ft and can't be easily changed.
Is it possible to have the garage door so I can mount it behind the opening
and the door will open up and over without protruding...
OK I just had the one nut open. Just not sure if it should be stream of fuel.
I see on youtube a guy starting a jcb by putting a heat gun in the air intake.
I think I'll have that a go as well. Once this wind stops.
Ok I think I have the fuel system bleed.
I am getting little puffs of fuel at the injector connectors fuel connectors. Should it be little puffs or more of a stream?
There seems to be fuel at the fuel filters top nuts when I turn over.
But doesn't sound like it wants to start.
I am trying go get a JCB 3C started after 4 years sitting in the corner of a field.
The jcb ran fine when it was left.
So far I have put a replacement battery in it and turned her over
a few times.
Will the diesel lines need bleeding to get it going again.
Should I drain the fuel...