No Lights - tap water too hot ?

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No Lights - tap water too hot ?

Post  kyabky on Tue Aug 17, 2010 9:08 am

I have just moved into this flat and have had no experience of PulsaCoil 2000 euipment.
Both the green and red lights are unlit.
The water temperature at the tap seems to be much too hot - really quite painful.
The header tank is topped up.
Does this suggest a problem, or am I being unduly concerned ?


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Re: No Lights - tap water too hot ?

Post  Midland Boilercare on Sun Aug 29, 2010 4:03 am


The lights on the front of the Pulsacoil 2000 are as follows:
The GREEN light indicates that there is power to the control circuit. If the unit is giving you hot water then there is power to this cicuit, and if the light is off it simply means that the LED (bulb) has failed. There is no need to do anything about it.
The RED light indicates that the boiler has developed an overheat fault and it has shut the system down. This light is NORMALLY OFF.

The hot water controls are designed to give a temperature of approx 52 - 55deg C at the tap. If it's higher than that and causing you concern then it needs looking at as something is wrong.
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