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Ideal classic Lx FF250 issues

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by con1_uk, 12 Feb 2021.

  1. con1_uk

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    Hi,

    having trouble with my boiler again, need to squeeze a few more years out of her yet. I have ordered a fan from ebay but I want to replace all the tubing as some has perished in the past. Where is this sold please? Seems there are 2 sizes.

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    who said it was anything to do with the fan or the sensing tubes ?
     
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    That’s what happened before, the fan broke so I replaced it and got another year out of it, since the tubes have snapped and perished so I have replaced them but not properly. New fan on order but not sure where the tubes are sold
     
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    Anyone please?
     
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    Be careful. If you're not a registered gas fitter then doing the work you describe is borderline illegal, and could poison someone. Get an RGI in, they'll know where to get new hoses from.
     
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    you are playing with a critical safety device, you wont get the answer you are looking for on here, it is against site rules I am afraid
     
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