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Post  Anna Millington Sun Nov 24, 2019 3:33 am

My heating has just decided not to turn off when it reaches the desired temp on thermostat.
The house is now 20 degrees and the radiators are still pumping heat out.
I moved the switch from on to timer option and then to Off and it still kept running.
I have tried turning both the mains off (just for a minute) at the upstairs 'boiler mate' and the downstairs little boiler to see if they would reset but no good.
I am not a plumber or electrician.
Is there anything you can suggest to try before I need to call someone out please?

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Post  mmartin Fri Nov 29, 2019 7:16 am

Hi please have a look at my website it has a video which will help you decide if the Gledhill control board is faulty (sounds like it may be from the symptoms you describe), or if it might be something else. .

Basically warning signs are nothing showing on the red display i.e. not saying -on or similar, not being responsive the the push butten checks (see videos), these are indications that the pcb needs repairing or replacing. I can repair the pcb's or supply an exchange pcb as well, see purchase page on website. Regards Murray


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