|Topic:||Re:Re:Boiler / Hot water help|
|Posted by:||Julian Pavey|
Afew other thoughts
Are you sure it is the hot water and not the cold. A slight change in cold supply will alternate your temp without you noticing the the flow
Combi pressure as mentioned ?
Is your cold water from a tank ?
Does your mains water split to a tank and combi ?
Does your mains water serve anyone else in say a converted house on a split loop ?
When not in operation the combi should be between 10 and 15 but no more. Either 1 or 2 taps underneath the combi will enable you to top up. One will open the water supply and the other will top up,or just 1 valve switch to top up.
Do not have it when cold under 10 and in the red or over 20 in the green
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