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Changing heating Temperature Empty Changing heating Temperature

Post  Zahed Tue Jan 05, 2010 9:34 am

My the PulsaCoil heater, I think is too high. I can hear the water bubbling away. And when its comes out its far to hot. Is there a gauge where I can change the temp setting

Many thanks and Regards


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Changing heating Temperature Empty Could be

Post  mike Thu Jan 07, 2010 5:17 pm

You could have a faulty rod stat.
Or the temp sensor could be faulty.
As for noise these units can be noisy.
You could drain some water out.
And add a litre of inhibitor and a bottle of boiler silencer.
This will quieten the unit down in most cases.
Mike ( Norwich )


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Changing heating Temperature Empty If the water is boiling and you have steam in your cupboard

Post  sunny.sahdev Thu Oct 10, 2013 2:43 am

If the boiler is causing the header tank to boil releasing steam in your cupboard then the rod/rods most likely will be faulty. If not then the system is heating correctly and you can expect to hear some noise.


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