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Nearly every boiler I fit never reads the correct co2% and always needs adjusting to suit each gas supply, even though they all say they have been factory set.



I know you don't fit them Dave but WB say specifically in the MIs that you mustn't adjust the gasvalve but leave it as factory set. Shame we can't say the same about flueless fires :shock:

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Sounds like another job by a nuptie unregistered installer. :roll:

Scruffski is clearly an E European name. Has the benchmark certificate been filled in and the boiler registered with Gorgi?

The fact it was done in one day without a powerflush just shows what a cowboy outfit they were. I haven't got enough information to analyse but I would expect this job to take between two and four weeks. :wink:


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Yes the Benchmark is filled in :mrgreen:

The magnaclean is as clean as the day I fitted it, we ain't talking BG now.

Gassafe are aware of the installation, wouldn't tell Corgy anything.

Even I can change a toy boiler in a day, some of the ones I installed take 2-3 to build on site. :lol:

Just got some making good if it's stops raining, the condense to finish, take the prv through the wall, and clip a few pipes, and install the open-therm. so 2-4 weeks sounds about right. :thumbright:


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I know you don't fit them Dave but WB say specifically in the MIs that you mustn't adjust the gasvalve but leave it as factory set. Shame we can't say the same about flueless fires :shock:


Never seen that bit :shock:

I fit the Ri series and have always adjusted max and min CO2 to MI's.

Must make me an illegal cowboy then :dunno: :wtf:

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I know you don't fit them Dave but WB say specifically in the MIs that you mustn't adjust the gasvalve but leave it as factory set. Shame we can't say the same about flueless fires :shock:


Never seen that bit :shock:

I fit the Ri series and have always adjusted max and min CO2 to MI's.

Must make me an illegal cowboy then :dunno: :wtf:


Dave if you can ride a horse without falling off, you is competent. :thumbright:

Vince is an expert on Wb boilers. :wink:


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Yes Scruff, I know, after having the pleasure of meeting him at an Intergas training day :thumbright:

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Yes Scruff, I know, after having the pleasure of meeting him at an Intergas training day :thumbright:


You kept that quite. :wink:

Psssssst He don't like Earl Grey :mrgreen:


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Pages 30 and 31 Dave. Both say that as long as the WP is ok you don't need to adjust the combustion. Thats why BG claim not to need FGAs when installing :wink:

I should think that your system is clean Scruff, what with two magnaleaks on it :lol:

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How does everyone else find time to do all this training :dunno:

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How does everyone else find time to do all this training :dunno:


Want me to book a day in Bromsgrove for you as well Razor.

Agiles interested.


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Well if theres a curry in it :thumbright:

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Well if theres a curry in it :thumbright:


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Must say the free Intergas branded hand towels I got the last time I was at intergas HQ were just the ticket :thumbleft:

The Isense room stat(opentherm) I have is great for people who like to fiddle... but I find it ironic that I am using arguably intergases biggest rivals controls. surly intergas should bring out it own opentherm stuff. was think of written an email to intergas.

sadly I have been down twice already(the second was for the service agent training)

also welcome Vince :hello2:

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new open therm intergas product comming june this yr proto type on trial {sadly not at my house}


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new open therm intergas product coming june this yr proto type on trial {sadly not at my house}



Perhaps I should wait till June then or trial the prototype :thumbright:


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please, please please could i get a trial one....please :thumbleft:

happy to keep it quiet and sign non-disclosure stuff as well, if you go on diynot you will find me going of my nut trying to get opentherm stuff. if you think about it is an insult for me to have an remeha room stat

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