No Hot water

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by zinnia48, 19 Mar 2007.

  1. zinnia48

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    My daughter has a Biasii24S combi boiler which is situated in the bathroom, when she turns the bath taps on she only gets lukewarm hot water, however when she uses the hot water in the kitchen it is nice and hot. Has anyone any suggestions as she iis getting ratty not being able to have a bath.
     
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    ok first of all

    is your daughter good looking?

    dose she have a man?

    dose she want a man?

    lol
    any ways your problem sounds wierd to me. but the problem may be that her tap in the bathroom is feeding the water to quickly witch is emptying the boiler before it gets a proper chance to heat up. if there is a ball valve under her bath tap try closing it a little if not get one installed and try closing it. a good way to check if it is this first beofre you go ripping of the bath panel to check if there is a valve is to run the hot water in the bath with the bath tap turned on a little.

    lmao i no my grammer isnt up to much but i make up for this in my attention to detail. in my work. haha lets me know how you get on.
     
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    Is this a new boiler? Did she used to have a cylinder fed system? If so I could just be that she has not been told she cannot turn the hot bath tap on full like she used to! She will have to turn the hot tap off a little at a time and see if the water temp improves ;)
     
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    lmao sorry i didnt mean to check if theres a valve lol. i meant what the other guy is saying just dont turn on the hot tap as much and see how you get along
     
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    Thanks, yez when she reduced the tap flow , bath water was nice and hot, one of the "benefits" of having a combi boiler
     
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