Hi my name isXXXXX have been in the Plumbing & Heating trade for approximately 15 years, lets see if i can help. The easiest way is to bleed all the radiators of air. if the pressure is still to high put a bowl under one of them and let the water from the radiator drop into the bowl use a cloth to stop it spurting over your wall. it wont be a lot of water to reduce the pressure.
Hi Brian, thank you. I've just bled the radiators, initially there was instant heat & hot water, the pressure gauge dropped.... but not for long. Still flashing E: 2.7-2.9 (even though the manual gauge is now in the green zone), also there are flashing pictures of a spanner and a crossed out flame
Maybe I haven't let enough water out of the radiators? I'll give it another go....
Hmmm. After that, got the code 'R', pressed reset, now getting E 15 which according to the manua lmeans gas valve problem? Hoping this just means that the pilot light has gone out?
There wont be a pilot light on a new boiler they use spark ignition. I think you should be calling in the installers or activating your warranty
Ok, thanks for your help anyway