new conventional boiler

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Alfies Revenge, 18 Aug 2007.

  1. Alfies Revenge

    Alfies Revenge

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    Im going to be fitting new for old. the only thing is the existing system has gravity primary's. I am going to fit 2 zone valve's but i am looking for advice on where to fit the pump as i know it can cause problems.
     
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    well as an experianced CORGI chap this shouldnt be too hard for you

    so I will leave it to you or some of the others to ask such a basic question

    or mebbe you're a bit of a chancer alfie?
     
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    Are you DIY'ing or working for customers? Some of your questions do seem a little worrying...
     
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    glad I am not the only one
     
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    Since you work for a Company then dont they have someone you can ask if you are unsure of anything?

    Tony
     
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