I have a gloworm swiftflow 100 combi boiler fitted downstairs in kitchen. I
have a downstairs bathroom and want to change / move a radiator but I have
no idea how to drain the system off.
Couple of questions..
Is it just a case of turning of the electric to the boiler at the wall
switch to stop the pump and then draining all of the radiators through the
tap on the lowest radiator with the bleed nipples open, then undoing the
couplings on the radiator and swapping them for the new radiator, then
reversing the process....
if anyone has any tips feel free to post! all diy books i have read only
deal with other boiler types, and plumbers round my neck of teh woods want
an arm and a leg and 6 months waiting!