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Boiler and setting it questions

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by JOB6, 14 Nov 2016.

  1. JOB6

    JOB6

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    Hi forum some or any advice would be very helpful, thanks:

    • How do I reset a boiler, is there a button or something I should look for or turn off the mains?
    • Can I reset a wireless thermostat and does it control the hot water or just the central heating?
    • Which way do I set the valves (left/right/halfway)on the boiler for the following:
    • CH Return
    • CH Flow
    • DHW Outlet
    • DHW Inlet
    • DHW flow switch what is the purpose if this?
    • Cold water Inlet (This turns all the way left and right about 5 turns each way, what is the turn it should be set at?
     
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    Is your boiler the one fitted with a white case?:D
     
  4. dilalio

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    Have you just moved in and you're trying to work out how the system works? Name of boiler would help you search to see if there is a manual online somewhere which you could download and study at your leisure. Then you could come back here if you have further questions.
     
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