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Ideal classic LXFF not igniting but still giving

Ideal classic LXFF not igniting to warm radiators but still giving very hot water

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Ch themistor may be faulty,or divertor not working.
these are the two things that may cause this

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Gas ignites flame but water is not getting hot


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Hi Jurgie,
I'm Harvey, the Master Plumber,
Happy to render my assistance.

This is your problem!
When you are switching on the boiler it ignites for 8 to 10 seconds, then it cuts off and the lock out lamp comes on. Pressing the reset button or turning on the hot water tap has the same effect.

I need to get the make and model of your specific boiler to give you an accurate answer!
Waiting for your response.
Harvey, your Master Plumber.





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