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Starting a Baxi Solo

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by marriott, 18 Oct 2009.

  1. marriott

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    8) How do I get access to the reset button at the side of the control panel as the pilot light has gone out.
     
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    Baxi Solo does not have a standing pilot, it has an interupted pilot which automatically ignites each time the boiler is required, if the Boiler has "Locked-out", the reset procedure is to turn the boiler thermostat knob to Off and then back to the required temperature, the boiler should then attempt to fire up, however if a fault is present, it will lock out again, which will require investigation ;)
     
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    The PF range doesnt have a perm. pilot. Thats all!

    The balance flued Solos obviously have a pilot light. A bit more info on the model will help.

    Paul.
     
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    Not forgetting the Solo HE of course
     
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    Does the Solo HE have that reset button baxpoti?

    Paul.
     
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    The HE has the reset button behind the flap, next to the temp knob
     
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