The water pressure switch on my Potterton 80E is kaput - I know this because the
boiler fires and works fine when I've disconnected the switch,
but the low pressure light is on when I reconnect.
I've heard that one can leave the switch disconnected 'as a temporary fix'. My
question is: how long is 'temporary' in this context, and what are
the possible negative consequences of leaving it off?
I'll be installing a new one ASAP, but right now I'm cold, the dishes are dirty
and my wife is upset!
Any help greatly appreciated.