warmflow combi tank leek

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    Is it a common fault for a warmflow combi cabin pack tank to leek into the boiler after only 6 years
     
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    I'm afraid Warmflood do just that and usually a lot quicker.

    Which model do you have? if it's an HE it maybe the condensing unit although costly it's a straight forward repair.
     
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    My boiler is a combi cabin pack and the tank is leaking into the burner
     
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    I should have added it is only 6 years old
     
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    With the front panel removed can you see a condense trap(Plastic bottle) to the right hand side?.
     
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    No but an engineer i got out said it is the tank right in side that is leaking and it is cheaper to replase the whole thing
     
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