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No hot water, cannot see faults

Post  JonLee on Tue Dec 08, 2009 5:52 pm

Hi guys, I have just bought an apartment and have a Pulsacoil 2000 boiler.

There is no hot water coming out of the taps.

I have set the times correct, and actually waited until the right time, and indeed it does switch on, I can press the boost button, and I can hear water boil inside the unit. However, no hot water is coming out.

The green LED is on, and the flashing LED on the circuit board shows normal working order (as per the manual).

From reading almost every post on this forum, it seems there is a problem with the sensors perhaps?

Is this something that is easy to fix by myself (not a plumber at all)- or do I need to get a plumber out? I have already paid one plumber £90 and he could not fix the problem, he didn't even know what the boiler was, and even asked where the gas goes in!!!

I am open to any suggestions as I really need some hot water, this is getting ridiculous! Also, if anyone knows someone around the Leeds area who would be willing to see to this and know what they are doing?!

Thanks a lot, Jon Lee.


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Post  mike on Mon Dec 21, 2009 3:57 pm

Try looking on;
And you may find some one in your area.
If not contact Gledhill Response whom may give you a contact number.


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Post  sunny.sahdev on Mon Sep 23, 2013 6:35 am

Check the pump is spinning at a low voltage between 50-65V, if it is not, the pump is faulty.


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