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Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by jonjo, 14 Nov 2004.

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    I know what the problem is but aint going to tell you as I dont think your gorgi reg.
     
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    do you mean corgi registered.i am and have been for previous 2.5 yrs,currently gas engineer.just servicing,no breakdown experience,which is why i am here
     
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    Sh*t sorry mate, thought you were joe pubic, not really sure what is wrong with your boiler, you didn't say what make it is, usually with tubular heat exchangers it's lack of flow through the boiler or over gased, wondering why you fitted 15/60 pump, is it a big house, using a 15/60 pump it may be pulling air down the vent pipe airating the water and causing problems, 22mm cold feed normally required, I would phone makers tech line to see if they have had similar enquiries.
     
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    whats an engineer :?: :?:
    im a mere installer
    should i give myself a title on the s*thouse door :?:
     
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    Engineer is the guy who comes to make it work properly a couple of days after the installer has finished ;)
     
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    bo**ocs
    mine work end of
    still dont want a fancy title tho :evil:
     
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    lol.....they always work at the end of the day, its when they dont fire up the next morning we have a problem!

    Simon acs,nvq,c&g,citb,tsb. Domestic heating and sanitation engineer.
     
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    More lettuce than a waldorf salad :LOL:

    Kev, Bolllocks with a K :rolleyes:
     
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