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PostPosted: Sun Sep 19, 2004 1:31 am 
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a friend has moved to a new house with said boiler, where is the filling loop? there are two white keys,I can see where one of them fits, underneath the bottom casing,where is the other rascal? behind the front panel? I dont want to get too involved as she might be getting bg service in the near future.thanks in advance hopefully.


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If that's the Worcester Bosch Cdi then you may have 2 keys as they come in twos, one big one small.

Whichever one fits (underneath) is used to turn the water supply on. Next to it is a grey knob which is turned to fill the system, this can come off but just pushes back on.

Remove the key afterwards.

Mike.

This message was edited by MAB on 9-19-04 @ 11:58 AM

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sounds nice and logical to me, will tackle that job on my next visit sat,although curious as to why the pressure gauge reads zero!


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 19, 2004 2:47 pm 
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That will be because there is zero pressure in the system.

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I will re-pressurise the system and take it from there, thanks for your help


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I will re-pressurise the system and take it from there, thanks for your help


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