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PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2018 4:15 pm 
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Hello guys
I spent the last 30 days of winter with the F75 error coming up on the display
But I think it's time to replace the pressure sensor+filter
The parts are on the way, but I'm bit confused :scratch:

I have to turn the valves 90 degrees , but which one??

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Those one in the red circle?

Also to drain the water have I to open both the tap or just one? :scratch:

See the steps below for model 630:

1)Remove retaining clip from pressure sensor and pull out. Be ready with old towel or similar as water will still run out.

2)Remove wiring connector.

3)Reverse above to fit.

4)Fill boiler to around 1.2bar

5)Run dearation cycle on boiler (P0), check pressure is at around 1.2 bar again.


Do they fit for my model too?

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Hello,


Please can anyone confirmed that those 2 valve (red circle) are the correct one to close before drain the boiler?


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I sorted on my own!


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