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Post  clairesmith Mon Feb 15, 2010 3:23 pm


We have recently moved out of a 2 bedroom flat with a pulsacoil system, and have discovered very high electricity consumption over the final months of our tenancy. Over the last 4 months we have experienced problems with our hot water supply.

Firstly, in September the system was leaking through the overflow, and repaired by our letting agent. Then in January we experienced limited hot water (up to about 5 mins max) for 3 weeks, even though there appeared to be plenty of hot water in the tank. Our landlords plumber eventually diagnosed this as a broken valve, and replaced this. Over the same period we have noticed that the system had become quite noisy and almost appeared to be overheating the water continuously.

Upon leaving the flat we have found that our electricity consumption has rocketed over the last 3 months, up to 6000 units over the quarter (up from previous averages around 2000). Please could anyone offer any advice of potential reasons for this high increase, or causes from the pulsecoil system?

Any help would be much appreciated so we can discuss with our ex-landlord.

Many thanks,



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Post  sunny.sahdev Sat Sep 21, 2013 4:45 am

The boost supply could be on 24/7 which would most likely cause this. I would recommend you request the self check guide via the link listed below which may help you understand your system better:

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