- 28 Mar 2010
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why shouldn't it as the fault can be related ,plus you don't know what the insurance procedure is so your comment is unfounded and wrong and your assuming again . fooking hindsight is fooking lovely isn't it
firebladerrw I've replace quite a few flow switches on this boiler for which the paddle is the weak point , you may have a bigger problem but you need a multimeter and know how to use it to know this problem , if you do let me know . other than that i would be looking at the pump but then again you need a multimeter to go any further relating to this fault as it could lie elsewhere .
how long does the lockout light come on when the firing sequence starts ???
by the way its a shyte boiler as its related to the promax SL
Thank you, mechanical and electrical chartered engineer here, so yes I can use a meter. And I agree about the boiler!
It's goes instantly to lock out. It doesn't start the ignition sequence at all. Flow switch has been replaced as per above.
I wouldn't bother with the guy above, he's what is known as a forum troll. He adds nothing to the site except innuendo and snide comment, without any thought of who he is addressing,
. Some of us have more qualifications than a two week gas safety course, which of course is mandatory if you are actually going to work on a gas appliance, which I'm not. This whole thread is to help my engineer who may not be brilliant, but he has a gas safety certificate...
Probably responsible for people leaving here. Like many others, I tend to ignore his interjections.