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Old 07-03-2013, 21:18
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Hi, I have just returned to my static after the winter close down. I am having problems with the hot water side of my central heating system and wonder if anyone can help please.before closing down all was well but on return heating works fine but domestic hot water side is only look warm .i have no fault lights showing and all seems to be working as normal - just very look warm hot tap water. If I turn water pressure down still only look warm, any help or advice would be great thanks. Paul
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Old 07-03-2013, 21:43
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Hi, sorry to hear you're having problems, I'll send caraconnect and Parkandleisure a pm for you. They should be able to help you.
In the meantime, have a read through this section for other similar threads.
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Best person to answer this is Ian from Caraconnect. Could be a valve stuck slightly or all it needs is maybe a good service. I would advise not touching it as it is a Gas Safe only job.
Best wait for Ian to answer.
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Hi Paul,
Without seeing whats happening in the boiler when the system fires up it can be tricky to give a good answer on here.
As your probably aware goverening the temperture really happens at the tap providing the boiler fires up and runs correctly. If you close down the taps slightly the temperture will increase.
Does this happen on all taps or just one of them??
If happens on just one tap, more likely a problem with that tap or water system than the boiler.
The best advice is to callout your local Gas Safe engineer to come and have a look as this could be caused by various parts being faulty. He can run through all the correct procedures and get the right answer.
Does the rest of the gas system work ok?? Fire and cooker looking like they are fine??
Sorry to be vague but without seeing for myself its hard.
Good luck, I shouldnt worry could be something very simple.
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I have a morco 24e super compact when we returned to our van the pump was running although boiler switched off. Pump continually runs unless boiler unplugged and it will not attempt to light no clicking there is power to boiler as green light illuminates but red fault light is not lighting any ideas.
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I have a morco 24e super compact when we returned to our van the pump was running although boiler switched off. Pump continually runs unless boiler unplugged and it will not attempt to light no clicking there is power to boiler as green light illuminates but red fault light is not lighting any ideas.

If we leave our Worcester Bosch boiler plugged in during low temperatures it does similar, pump runs and also the flue fan runs for some reason. Ours does this when the temperature drops below a certain level. As far as I'm aware, it's designed that way to keep water flowing and running through the Central Heating system to help avoid freezing?

As we now drain-down ourselves we now unplug our boiler, as being we have the correct amount of antifreeze added to the Central Heating side of the system I personally can't see any point in having that feature working on our boiler, though others may think different? Just check your boiler user manual and will hopefully explain and advise, feel sure it does in ours.

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I have a morco 24e super compact when we returned to our van the pump was running although boiler switched off. Pump continually runs unless boiler unplugged and it will not attempt to light no clicking there is power to boiler as green light illuminates but red fault light is not lighting any ideas.
I have sent a pm to morco products for you... to the forum
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to the forum gangan, I hope you receive good advice from members.
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Here's the answer gangan
Hello there. The problem is a faulty central heating thermistor. The part code for this is MCB2245. A Gas Safe Registered engineer will need to fit it.

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