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Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by mustang, 2 Apr 2005.

  1. mustang

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    any ideas y i have only luke warm water when burner is on and flames seem ok. cud it be sludge in sec h/e or thermister?
     
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    could be sludge/scale in plate heat ex, or it could be ur thermistor..... u can do a resistance check on ur thermistor, or you could take the plate out and clean it......
     
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    thanx, it was the plates
     
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    no probs, just be wary about how long the boiler has been in, if its happened quickly (over 6 month or so) you could do with the system flushing through.
     
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    I would get in touch with your installer....it is only a month since you had your ariston replaced, there is no way an even half decent installation would already have a sludged up w2w heat ex.
     
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    It wasnt my boiler thats sludged
     
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