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Rick Ridley, UK Heating Engineer
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how do you get the water pressure back up to 1 bar when boiler

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how do you get the water pressure back up to 1 bar when boiler is off
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: HVAC
Expert:  Rick Ridley replied 4 years ago.
Hi Rick here UK plumber, You need to find the “filling loop” this is a silver braided flexi hose with a tap at one or both ends, connect the hose and turn on the tap/taps until you have 1.5 bar (cold) 2 bar (hot), disconnect when done, this loop is usually near the boiler but can be any where that the cold main runs near the heating pipes, Rick

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