Ideal ICOS HE15 - continuous fan running

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by dgorman, 15 Aug 2007.

  1. dgorman

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    took off the covers and the pump is definetly there, no doubt about it. sure there is no pump elsewhere on the network anyway. i wonder if i can bypass the pump in the unit and just install a standalone pump away from the kitchen to minimise noise... hmm...
     
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    Well there you go I learnt something today/yesterday....

    You can't by-pass the pump, you will need to get to the bottom of the problem.
     
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    As you say it is a new fix are you sure it has been wired up right and the the permenant live and switched lives are not mixed up in someway to keep pump on... If your pump is located at bottom of boiler within the housing your boiler is the icos he15 system boiler (does boiler have a water pressure gauge on left hand side).
     
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    Hi, yes there is a water pressure gauge on left hand side. I would have imagined that unit was factory assembled and tested but will check connections in pump are connected as described in supplied technical guide.
     
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    You need to check the connections in the mains block central under the boiler. It is here that the wires could have been connected incorrectly.
     
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