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Low presure

Postby dikran.nakashian » Fri Oct 05, 2018 11:53 am

Hi,

I'm getting an F1 error on my i Mini 24 boiler after not using the boiler for 10 days, I had looked online and its appears like a common fault hopefully easy to fix, no signs of radiators leaks, etc

These are few pictures of my boiler
https://photos.app.goo.gl/G2HDNTXZW4Pwuyww9

Please any advise on how I could repressurise the boiler again.

Currently the boiler is still electricity turned on

Many Thanks in advance
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Re: Low presure

Postby kfordgas » Fri Oct 05, 2018 1:28 pm

Hello and a warm welcome to the forum
It is low pressure, and to get more pressure (water) you have to let some in, by turning a tap or screwdriver slot. There may be one, or two valves to turn, attached either end of the silver flexible hose you can see in the photo. Turn the tap/slot until the pressure is at 1.5 bar, then turn the tap/slot off again. You may need to reset boiler.

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Re: Low presure

Postby dikran.nakashian » Wed Oct 10, 2018 11:52 am

Thank you so much kfordgas
All working fine now Thanks to your advise
Best Wishes
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