20/07/2018 · Cloudy tap water (indicating the presence of limescale) When you bleed a radiator, no water escapes; Hot pipes when the radiators are cold; Excessive noise from the heating system, pump or boiler; Heating becomes slow; Boiler regularly requires restarting; Discolored water from the radiators when bled; Small leaks in the radiators
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14/03/2017 · Hi Hollie. It sounds like theres a few different issues. Tap pressure & boiler pressure arent related. Your landlord/water supplier would be responsible for mains water pressure. They have a legal obligation to do so. Once you top up your boilers pressure (with water), that water stays in the system (unless theres a leak).
25/01/2018 · Water expands when its heated, and so the pressure rises when the boiler is on. Should the pressure get too high 3 bar is usually the limit the water will be discharged out of the system via the pressure release valve (PRV). In a household with a combi boiler, there is no feed and expansion tank in the
16/07/2020 · A combi boiler heats water on demand. A system boiler supplies water to a cylinder, which is heated by hot water circulated around it, like a radiator. A heat only boiler is similar to a system boiler, but the water pressure comes from gravity, so the cold-water supply tank is often in the loft. In all three systems,, the water that comes out
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People often worry that turning off their water supply will adversely affect their boiler. The worry is usually caused by a fear of overheating, like boiling a kettle with no water in it, but in reality, its unlikely to cause any damage or risk.