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Central Heating Pipe Power Jetting?


spuds
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Perhaps a topic for discussions, due to the changeable and cold weather, and how we all like to keep warm?.

Having had problems with the central heating over the past few months, which as resulted in having a circulating pump and boiler fan replaced. Today having had no heating etc for a few days, the engineer (very busy) called and stated that the problem was actually sludge in the system.

He as arranged for the whole system to be power flushed, and other pipework and some fitments replaced next week.

Have you had this done, did it make a vast improvement, and were there any later problems. Not forgetting how some of us neglect our central heating until things go seriously wrong?.

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Update

Didn't need jetting, just a good change of water, and a new bit of pipework near a vent/separator, which was blocked.

The engineer as suggested that I might want to consider a Worcester Combi in the future?.

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