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Worcester Bosch 34CDi Classic - Set Pump Speed...

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by gordon.hunter, 19 Jan 2016.

  1. gordon.hunter

    gordon.hunter

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    Does anyone know how I can find out what the pump speed is currently set to?

    And how to change it if necessary.

    Kind regards, Gordon
     
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    I reckon its going round the system to quickly i.e. does not have time heat the property before being whisked away again.
     
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    That is definately a new one on me!

    Where do you think it's being whisked away to?
     
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    Just being cycled through the radiators too quickly and not allowing them to grab heat effectively from the circulating water.
     
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    And when it's gone past (sic) the rads, where do you think it goes from there?
     
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