Boilermate II gledhill. Hot water lasts 20-30seconds only.

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  1. Skydiver2222

    Skydiver2222

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    Hi,

    Struggling with this one, our residence has this system, suddenly has started to only give out limited hot water for about 30 secs. I have just changed the storage thermostat but very little difference, both pumps are working fine, the temperature mixer valve is fully open and is working, any ideas , I can only think an issue with a PCB?

    Nightmare, appreciate any advice or experience in dealing with this.

    Thanks.
     
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    Sludge buckets.
     
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    Scaled up.
     
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    is your heating working Ok ?
     
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    Hi Ian,

    Yes the heating is working fine.
     
  8. Is the header tank topped up.? Boiler turned right up?
     
  9. Biggest piles of crap ever invented!
     
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    if the store is fully up to temp and your heating is working, then can only be your blending valve
     
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