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C24 Combi. Cant add pressure and no hot water

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by C24help, 29 Aug 2018.

  1. C24help

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    hi guys

    Have a Condense C24 Combi and have no hot water.
    Have tried to pressurise the system using tutorials etc but nothing has worked as yet.

    Please can anyone offer advice, it would be greatly appreciated as the landlord contractor cant get out until Friday.



     
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    Can you access the pipework lower than is shown in pics ? Look for a silver coloured braided hose . have to admit I am not familiar with your boiler model ,but I dont think the filling loop is integral .
     
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    They are boxed in but no braided hose when I had a look behind it
     
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    I'm no heating engineer but looking at the picture you appear to have almost 1 bar of pressure in the system which should be enough for the boiler to operate in hot water mode - your problems could lie elsewhere.
     
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    Pressure is fine on boiler.
    I notice the fuse spur is on but the led on the boiler is not?
    In any case all's you can do is reset the boiler and check the pressure. Don't diy on a boiler that is not yours, I would be pushing the landlord to get someone out same day next day.
     
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    Pressure is showing just below 1. LED is flashing on the front and when I checked which it was it said it was the one for the pressure.
     
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    Take a pic from below boiler ,looking up, where the pipes meet the boiler. There is only two possibilities re filling loop ,its either integral to the boiler or its located elsewhere externally.
     
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    6D2A38EA-3510-4C40-82BB-9F09C9351199.jpeg Here you go
     
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    Well I can't see anything there that would facilitate filling !! Is it a flat or a house that your in ? Have you had a look around the premises , any where there are plumbing pipes ?
     
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    It’s a house, boiler is up stairs in the bath room. I’ve had a look around but I can’t seem to find anything other than my stop tap, that’s it.
     
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    Hope you get sorted ,do let us know.regards Terry
     
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