Electramate A Class Water pressure - Should I worry?

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Electramate A Class Water pressure - Should I worry?

Post  engakuis on Sat Dec 06, 2014 11:45 am

Hi, Sorry if this is in the wrong section. I think the Electramate A class is similar, if not the same as the Electramate 2000.
I live in a rented flat with an electramate a class boiler etc etc...

The big pressure gauge on the front of the big metal box housing for the boiler goes down in pressure intermittently. I use the top up valve and bring it up to pressure. The boiler seems to be working okay. I have hot water and heating etc. The pressure drop seems to happen every couple of weeks or so.
There is a service agreement with Gledhill so it is no cost to get them out, but they have been out a couple of times already in the last month and I don't want to keep being a pest.
As the boiler is working etc, should I call them out again? Or can I leave it?

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Re: Electramate A Class Water pressure - Should I worry?

Post  mike on Wed Dec 10, 2014 3:54 pm

Should not keep dropping like that.
You are losing it from somewhere.
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