We've had the kitchen re-tiled, and the tiler had to disconnect the
CH=HW controller that's installed in the kitchen. At some point he may
have turned the mains electricity off and on.
Anyway, as it gets colder, other half went to switch on the CH and
while the controller panel is displaying as normal, it's not switching
on when asked (CH Advance).
Checked the boiler which is in the garage, and that's gone off as well
-no pilot flame, and switching the only dial on the front on/off/max
doesn't ignite the boiler.
System is a fully-pumped BG job; boiler is a BG F2 (Potterton?).
On account the kitchen being emptied for the work, can't lay my hands
on the boiler manual right now. Can anyone either point me towards a
manual for this boiler somewhere on the web, or tell me how to switch
The resources to sort this are in the Main FAQ.
You will need to work out how everything is meant to work and then why it
The smart money would be on a loose contact on the time switch or the
timer having being confused by a power outage. Try resetting the time
The boiler is probably the part that is OK.
Ed Sirett - Property maintainer and registered gas fitter.
The FAQ for uk.diy is at http://www.diyfaq.org.uk
Thanks, Ed. You're on the button, as usual. The chap wired the
controller wrong, so the boiler didn't know it had to fire. What
confused me was that I expected to be able to override the controller
and start the boiler (to test it was OK), and I couldn't find a way to
Once the controller was replaced, it's all tickety-boo.
Ed Sirett wrote:
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