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Plastic central heating pipe work

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by rockhopper69, 13 Jul 2020.

  1. ianmcd

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    spot on @dilalio , I had that exact call at the weekend, good mate has an Atag in his kitchen and wanted a price to move it into the loft as they are getting a new kitchen, I said I wouldnt advise it, he says she has made her mind up to get more cupboard space, I said sorry you will need to get someone else, and then you can moan at me everytime you are climbing in and out of the loft resetting it, I like the Atags but that 7 min wait everytime you reset it would drive me mad
     
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    Depends on the customer and the situation. Pricing a job today.
    They wanted a combi in the loft.
    Its best going in the airing cupboard down to being a combi it would take ages for hot water to get to the kitchen. If they want it in a loft I'd suggest system boiler. Unvented with a secondary return. Filling loop with gauge in the airing cupboard. If they can't afford that then it's a combi in the airing cupboard. As I don't think boiler and cylinder will fit.

    What they do want is the poorly installed boiler out of their soon new to be fitted kitchen
     
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    That can be overridden ;)
     
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    Have a customer who want their boiler moved out of kitchen, to outside, under canopy (car port but not for cars type thing).
    So that they can have the new kitchen fitted, minus boiler! :rolleyes:
     
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    Fit them an outside boiler
     
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    How do you over ride it ?
     
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    Duh! Yeah!

    They want to move the current boiler to outside.
     
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    I'm sure you have explained in a polite way...
     
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    Depends on the model.
    Tech support can give you the escape codes
     
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    A325C do you know the over ride code ? I have lots on my books and never heard of an over ride code
     
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