Glow worm beta com 24c pressure problems

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Ats0410, 17 Jan 2014.

  1. Ats0410

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    Hi I hope someone can help, I'm fed up of getting cold.

    I have a glow worm betacom 24c which keeps loosing pressure- I keep refilling up to 1.5 bars and it turns back on but the pressure rises way up into the red zone but continues to run fine and will sometimes last a week or only even a day before the pressure has dropped back down into the red zone and so won't ignite - fault 60.

    What is wrong with the boiler

    Any ideas?

    Natalie
     
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    Expansion vessel needs some air most likely easy fix.
     
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    Easy :) any ideas how I go about doing this?

    Thank you
     
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    I have just checked the boiler again and there are drops of water falling from the red tap - I think the overflow. Does this mean anything?
     
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    Has that 'red tap' got a pipe to outside?

    It is required!

    Read up on expansion vessels in the FAQ's / wiki :idea:
     
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