Toilet constantly running? There are only two possible causes: a faulty ball valve or a faulty flush valve. A faulty ball valve may also result in the toilet overflowing. Either way, a fault with either of these parts will result in the toilet constantly filling.
One radiator not working is due to the inadequate flow of hot water through it. Typical causes are seized valves, blockages, an imbalanced system, or the presence of air. In this article, we’ll explain what you can do to fix this problem.
Boiler kettling refers to many different types of unwanted boiler noises. It’s usually a result of overheating due to limescale. However, there can be other causes.
If your hot water isn’t hot enough, it may be due to your boiler, thermostat, or even the time of year
Most of the time the noise comes after flushing, however, it’s not uncommon to hear it when the toilet is not used. There are three main reasons for this:
1. Calcium deposits
2. Leaking valve
3. Worn out fill valve
Find the filling loop.The boiler filling loop is a component that provides a temporary connection to the mains in order to pressurise the central heating system. It allows for the pressure to be easily normalised. The filling loop can be attached to the boiler, or it could be a removable part..
Open the valves.
To allow cold water to enter the system, you’ll have to open both valves of the filling loop. This will start to increase the pressure gradually. Keep your eyes on the pressure gauge until it reaches 1.5 bar
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