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PostPosted: Mon Jan 08, 2018 1:43 pm 
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There have been similar threads on this area, but as a complete novice to these things, i need abit of help to get things spelled out.

My Vokera boilers, is probably 7 years old, i bought the flat 9 months ago, and have noticed over the past few weeks that the water is not longer very hot and it sometimes goes from warm to less warm and back again.

I really havent a clue what to do, is this something i could fix myself- or should i call an engineer?
I have a Vokera MYNUTE 35HE (i think)

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If you have a combi, then it won't be a Mynute.

What model is it exactly before we make comment?

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