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Intergas Rapid 32... THUD! Noise when hot water is running

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by joec_85, 8 Jul 2019.

  1. joec_85

    joec_85

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    We had our heating system replaced in March with a combi boiler system. It's all been working fine. About 9 weeks ago, I replaced a faulty kitchen tap with a mixer. Again, it's all been working fine until now.

    This morning, when running the hot water past a certain strength, there is now a THUD noise followed by a drop in pressure. Turning the tap off and on again tends to reset the pressure until it gets to a similar strength and then THUD it drops again.

    The other taps in the house seem to be working fine.



    Does anyone have any ideas? Air lock? Faulty tap?

    Thanks :)
     
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    which combi boiler do you have
     
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    It’s an Intergas Rapid 32
     
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    doubt that it is a boiler problem , think it is a tap problem, but some Intergas experts on here, change your post title and add Intergas to it and you will get theire attention
     
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  7. Do you have a twisted flexihose or other type of restriction?
     
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