Joint leak in baxi combi instant 80he boiler - Central Heating job in Chatham, Kent
Joint Leak in Baxi Combi Instant 80HE Boiler
Our loft installed Baxi Combi Instant 80HE boiler has a leak. Every 3-4 days I have to top up the pressure in the central heating system to be able to have hot water!
Firstly I isolated the central heating system, which showed the leak is definately in the boiler.
Today, I've turned the boiler off, taken the covers off and topped up the water pressure and come back a while later and a droplet of water has appeared at a joint (where there is some debris showing a potential leak anyway) where the pipe joins the secondry exchanger from the primary exchanger.
I would like the price for someone to come and give me a second opinion of where the leak is and repair this joint.
If this will let me I will upload some photo's showing the joint and its position.
Thanks in anticipation.
- Feedback left for Diamond
This is my second time hiring Fred though mybuilder and he was still as good as the first time. He fixed the problem with minimal cost- taking the time to discuss my options. His number is now saved on my phone, any furture problems I will call him directly.
- adrian_72 30th Oct, 2011Positive
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