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Out tribune he hot water cylinder has water constantly

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HI, out tribune he hot water cylinder has water constantly flowing through the turbish and out through the discharge pipe. This is constantly flowing. They system has now lost significant pressure and the shower at the top of the house is no longer running
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Customer: No I think that is it. We still have hot water but are concerned about the loss of pressure and the costs of the lost water from the water flowing out of the drainage pipe
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: UK Plumbing
Expert:  Brian replied 1 year ago.

Hi you really need to get this fixed asap. it could be either pressure relief valve hot or cold and it could be due to the exansion vessel failing.

These cylinders are very good but extremely dangerous if not looked after. please if you dont understand the system do not attempt to repair yourself.

Best regards

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