No hot water (picture of setup)

Thanks for thhe link, according to that (and also it helped by looking at the inside cover) I have a Sundial Y plan with a V4073(x) valve. So I can test power to it at least and I know a lot more about my set up.
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I'll post back. I propose detaching the valve if possible to see if the spring structure is fecked.

If I cant detach it then it's a job for Professional Services,
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...and as if by magic the shopkeeper appeared.

Well not quite hot water actually and tons of it. Turned off power to unit. Detached the unit and as I did the spring sprung back. Re-attached with the lever (being spring loaded now). Turned power on, switch on heating 10mins later hot water.

The culprit...

Is this a common problem?

A big thanks to everyone who help me with this. I am now a much cleaner person, in body anyway.

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