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HELP NEEDED! IMI Tribune II System....

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Mark Cross, 23 Jun 2017.

  1. Mark Cross

    Mark Cross

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    Hi,

    I have just moved into a house a few months ago, there is a large Tribune II upstairs and a Flexicom 30SX down stairs, the pressure on the flexicom drops daily from around 1.4 to 0.5 and needs topping up regularly. I am now to the point I think there is a problem with the Tribune system as it is showing under 2 bar on the system.... anyone please tell me how to increase the pressure? I have included photos in case they help!!

    Much Appreciated

    Mark 20170623_101140.jpg 20170623_101145.jpg 20170623_101200.jpg 20170623_101208.jpg 20170623_101213.jpg 20170623_101220.jpg
     
  2. picasso

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    Have your boiler serviced as that is the immediate problem, the pressure on the tribune is the water pressure after the pressure reducing valve and could be a faulty prv or that could be the incoming pressure of the mains, have it serviced at the same time as the boiler.
     
  3. Mark Cross

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    Thanks Picasso, I will do... whats the rough price for a service?
     
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    No idea depends where you are, make sure whoever does it is has g3 qualification, I wonder what all the danfoss stuff was for as none of it looks to be wired up.
     
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