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PostPosted: Tue May 23, 2017 5:13 pm 
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Hi,

My boiler works, but the temperature selector only works witin the red range in the image below - left of red range is cold, right of red range is fully hot - meaning people get piping hot or cold showers as it's hard to get it to stay on the correct place inbetween (due to spring behind seen in image2). To the right on the red range, the slider does nothing - it just stays on "highest temperature / fully open gas."

How can i fix this? I tried using oil to make the slider slide better - no luck on fixing the problem.

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PostPosted: Tue May 23, 2017 6:00 pm 
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Your picture is clear, but its very vague. can you take a couple more, the same way round, and one a bit further back.
You know what it is you are looking at, we don't. :wink:

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Looks like a Main water heater.

Get a professional in to fix.

Are you in the UK?

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gas4you wrote:
Looks like a Main water heater.

Get a professional in to fix.

Are you in the UK?


Very Good Dave.

BaxiPotterton Main Multipoint BF 04 ish


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