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Fixing water pressure in an Ariston MicroGENUS II combi boiler

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Havng managed to not kill myself changing a light swich, my sister in law thought that I could fix her boiler. I don't normally have problems with these, especially when it comes to topping up the w… Read More
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
Havng managed to not kill myself changing a light swich, my sister in law thought that I could fix her boiler.
I don't normally have problems with these, especially when it comes to topping up the water in the system to maintain pressure. However, despite downloading the tech manuals, I can't see where to do this on the pipes or the boiler.
Does anyone have one of these boilers who knows, or someone who can help me out?

Cheers
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
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#1
are you tech minded here, if you can find the filling loop on the boiler, about a foot long flexible metal hose, will have a valve which you can turn with a screw driver or some kind of lever which will top up your water in the boiler, thus increasing your pressure in the boiler.:thumbsup:
#2
I think I found that kind of flexible hose, but there was no lever or screw to turn. thats what confused me :s
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bassman_uk
I think I found that kind of flexible hose, but there was no lever or screw to turn. thats what confused me :s


There will be some kind of valve in the area of the flexy hose probably attached to the hose itself most are.
#4
I'll have a look when I go back tomorrow.
Cheers for your answers guys :thumbsup:
#5
I Have The Exact Same Boiler,the Plumber Put An Extendable Hose Underneath Where All The Piping Comes In,there Should Be 2 Cut Off Taps There

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