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Hi, don't know if I'm in the right place but I'm hoping someone can give some advise.
I have an Alpha CD13r combi fitted that currently isn't supplying any hot tap water (heating works fine) just no hot water. I've checked the obvious, fuses, reset the boiler ect.. at the side of the boiler is a Honeywell timer that seems to have no power to it and seems completely dead! Would this cause the hot water issue? Just want to check before I call a plumber, if it's the timer I can easily replace myself!
Again sorry if I'm in the wrong place and thanks for helping a guy in need.


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:welcomeuhm: Best asked in CH and boilers... I'll see if I can get it moved...

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Are you sure it's a combi?

I always thought these were a regular heat only boiler with a hot water cylinder

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