Boxing in pipes. Potterton Profile 50e. Advice appreciated

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Julia21

Hi,
I've boxed in some ugly pipes which extend down beneath my central heating boiler. The boxed section is fixed to the wall and is 2 inches in depth. It falls short of the underside of the boiler by about 1.5 inches. I just wanted to make sure that this would not be a problem to the boilers ventilation.
I can post a pic if this would help.
Thank you to anyone who can advise.
Julia
 
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No its fine but does it come off so you can get the screw out of the bottom to remove the screw to get the grey plastic cover off?
 
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Julia21

Hi Ollski,
Thank you very much for your help. The plastic cover / draw seems to slide out regardless of any fixing screw. (maybe lost). Would like to post a pic for you to see my work. Not sure how to as I'm new to this but will try in the morning.
Thanks again,
Julia
 
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Julia21

Hi,
Have uploaded a couple of pics on:
julia-sinden.magix.net
Look under vacation heading. Many thanks for looking.
Julia
 
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Yes there is no problem but it will need to come off for servicing as the grey cover has to pull forward and down for access.
 
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Julia21

Hi Ollski,
Thank you very much for your great advice. It's put my mind at rest.
Much appreciated.
You're a star!
Julia
 

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