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Sprung a leek advice needed asap please

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by mikric, 22 Oct 2008.

  1. mikric

    mikric

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    Just been out to my garage and there is a leak above my boiler a fast flowing one to , it is coming out of a blue what seems to be a presure type thing on the cold feed to combi boiler, it has got a tyre type valve on the top, it has failed somewhere around the lip. Need to know what this thing is called so I can source another one asap. Cheers in advance of any help
     
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    Expansion vessel.

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    Mini expansion vessel.

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    Cheers Frank , is it a easy job to swop like for like? :cry:Yep Rob thats the one :D
     
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    Just a thought , its only about 10 months old , is it common for these to fail? It s exactly the same one as in Robs pic and was fitted with a new boiler.
     
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    5 min job but should be under g`tee so free
     
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    All sorted folks , thanks for your speedy info.Hope I can return the advice someday to you in the building section. :D Plumber said must have been a bad batch has had the same problem a few times recently
     
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