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Post  Gary Faulkner on Mon Feb 03, 2014 2:42 am

I have a boilermate 2000 and the other day noticed the pump is constantly running and circulating stored water through the boiler (Baxi solo 3) all 3 pumps are set to maximum speed setting and boiler thermostat on full. The stored temp readout on the display last night was 72 degrees (which I would of thought is plenty to shut off) yet keeps running and demanding more heat. I have viewed a few threads regarding this problem and looks like I have a pcb fault. Just wanted to double check before I fork out for a new one. Is there a way to single out the fault being a thermal sensor telling the pcb the water is cooler than actual or is 72 degrees plenty to shut down? Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.

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Post  Geths on Mon Feb 03, 2014 2:55 am

You're probably better posting your questions in  http://gledhill-repairs.forumotion.net/f8-boilermate-2000 which is a forum dedicated to your boiler. You've posted in the engineer advertising forum..

best of luck


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Post  Gary Faulkner on Mon Feb 03, 2014 3:05 am

Oops. I'm new thank you.

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