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Post  Dee Wed Jun 16, 2010 4:09 am

Can someone please advise if the on peak button should be On or Off on the front of the boiler - I had an engineer out yesterday he took the system to 72 degrees (Pulsacoil) left I got home from work Hot water and this morning nothing again!! We moved into this flat Friday and just have no hot water

Be good to hear from someone

Thank you



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Post  Mike the Boilerman Mon Jul 05, 2010 9:23 am

Hi Dee,

The On Peak switch should be OFF during normal use. The unit should heat up overnight using low cost off peak electricity which is supposed to give you enough hot water to last the whole day. If it doesn't and you run out and need more before the next overnight heat up, turn the on peak switch ON for an hour or so.

Hope that helps.


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Post  sunny.sahdev Tue Sep 10, 2013 7:11 am

Check the supply, thermostat rod, element and overheat stat first. If those are fine, check the relay. If the system is hot but no hot water is coming, check the sensors, pump, PHE and PCB.


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