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Filled tap Victoria 122152500 for Baxi Roca 122152500

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Gas boiler? A boiler is an apparatus that is used to heat water with a ulusual heating hydrifer system. The hot water is distributed through the house in tubes and radiates heat in the rooms or with steel radiators (in new homes) or by cast iron radiators (older houses) or by convection heaters ≥N on the ground (house more new). Once the radiator or the convection heater is stifled with hot water, the water returns to the boiler to be heated and the circulation circuit of the water continued. In addition, radiators, the boiler is also used with radiant floor heating systems. These boilers can use fuel or natural gas or propane (gas) or can burn fuel oil (oil). The fuel oil boilers need more maintenance than their signs of gas and require regular attention for the blower and oil filter. Components of a boiler The boiler is more complex than a forced air heating in which it has more parts, v√ ° lvulas and controls. However, gas boilers are quite reliable and most of the problems, when they occur, are normally related to the expansion tank or water circulator pumps. Let's look at the main components of the boiler for a forced water system (ulique hydri√ °): Side of hot water supply: aquastat. The thermostat that regulates the temperature of the boiler v√ ° lvula and gas burners - combustion assembly that heats the c√ ° Water diza Combination indicator Presi√≥N / temperature (Triking) - Watch the Water temperature and pressure VI ° Water supply lvula - controls the water flow to the boiler v√ ° reduction lvula of the pressure - Autom√ ° Maintains the pressure ≥The correct water in about 12-15 PSI air ventilate - Autom√ ° Takes out unwanted air System System ulus expansion tank - CR√ ≠tico component that allows water expansion As it is heated. There are two types of expansion tanks, horizontal steel expansion tank, of an old and large style, and the expansion tank new m√ ° S small diaphragm style. V√ ° Fullet control lvula - Regulates hot water flow to the V√ ° Presi√ ° relief lvula - Relieves high-row water pressure from hot water: circulator - pump el √ © Ctrica that circulates the water by the vi ° Drainage lvula system - v√ ° Lvula that opens to enable draining the boiler. Problem: The boiler does not produce molten fuse heat. - Keep the water level half full. The automobile filling system of the boiler using the vi ° Relief lvula of the pressure should be due to maintaining the correct water level by maintaining pressure levels of 12 to 15 psi. If you do not have a vi ° reduction lvula of the pressure, it can also supply the boiler manually by opening the vi ° water supply lvula until the boiler pressure Scope 12 psi. - The vimous lvula of natural gas control or propane towards the burner is closed. - The pilot light is off. Re-turn on the pilot. - Look for possible problems in the electrix ≥Nico ignition system if the boiler does not have a pilot. - Check that the thermostat is in warm mode and that the temperature is adjusted correctly. - Try adjusting the thermostat by climbing or lowering the temperature some degrees. - Resolution of thermostat problems. Problem: insufficient heating Caldera gauge (indicator of the temperature combination and pressure and pressure). Possible causes Change s√bito: Inappropriate water levels Gradual change: DEP√≥ Minerals in the boiler and in the heat exchanger Possible Repairs Check the reading in the tridicator (combination of pressure indicator / temperature / temperature ). If the water pressure is low (below 12 psi) the system needs to be added water. The automatic filling system of the boiler, which uses the vi ° Presi√≥N relief lvula, must maintain an adequate level of water by maintaining a pressure of 12-15 psi. If you do not have a vimous pressure relief lvula, it can also supply the boiler manually by opening the water supply lvula until the boiler reaches 12 psi. If the problem was gradually developed, then the causes can be depixed in the system. Drain the boiler or call a timer for this task. The expansion tank may have too much or too little water. It must be appropriately loaded with air to prevent boil. See the following section for a detailed summary of the expansion tank. Problem: The expansion tank has an excess water and inadequate air expansion tank of the ATROL diaphragm style boiler. ¬ © Amtrol 2007? Problem: The expansion tank has too much water or inadequate air, there are two types of boiler expansion tank buses. There is an old type MSS that is large, horizontal and steel, and there is a new type of tank in diaphragm style (shown in the top photo). In the old boiler systems, the steel expansion tank could be found in the √ ° tico or suspended between beams in the s√≥thane. In the new MSS Systems, the diaphragm expansion tank may be subject to the boiler's tuber ≠ A near the boiler. The expansion tank must be loaded correctly with air to prevent the water in the system boil and exceeds 12 psi of desired pressure. For tips on c√≥MO drain these two types of tank, please see the guaf to c√≥Mo recharge a boiler expansion tank. Problem: Water leak around the boiler v√ ° Lvula decompression of the boiler. ? Problem: leakage of water around the boiler Possible causes - Fault in the circulator (pump) - Fault in the vi ° Relief lvula of the pressure - leak in a water pipe connection Possible repairs - The majority of the repairs of the circulator require a timer - if there is leakage in the circulator, replace the pump seal. - If there is leakage in the vi ° lvula for pressure relief, the expansion tank of the system can be full of water. See the previous problem: the expansion tank has excess water and inadequate air. - If there is leakage in the vi ° Presi√≥n relief lvula and the problem is not the expansion tank, the vi ° lvula can be sediment that does not allow you to close. To check this, turn off the boiler and d√ © jela cool. Lift the manual relief lever of the pressure and discharge some water for 3 seconds, letting the lever be positioned in the closed position. The water should dwell with strength and relatively clean. If the V√ ° lvula pulls a little water after, this could be caused by sediment trapped in the seat causing a small leak. Open the vimous lvula again and download a second time. - If the vi ° pressure relief lvula does not close, close the water supply lvula to the boiler and remove and replace the Relief Lvula vim. - If it does not exit water on the vimous relief lvula of the pressure, the vi ° lvula is covered and it is necessary to replace it, or there is no water in the boiler. - If there is water coming out or dripping from a tube, follow the leak up to its source and repair the connection where it is. This would require the supply of water to the house and drain the boiler system. Problem: Not all radiators heat v√ ° Water inlet lvula to the radiator. ? Problem: Not all radiators heat possible causes - Air trapped in the Lima - Air trapped in the radiator (the upper part is MS ° S FRI ≠ A BACKGROUND) - fails in a vimous lvula of zone or circulator Possible repairs - Take air from the radiator Fr√ ≠ or opening the radiator discharge lvula at the top of the radiator. When water comes out of the radiator, close the vimous lvula. - Check that the circulator works correctly (that the engine works). You can have dedicated circulators for different areas of the home. - Check that the zone lvula function properly. The water tube must be hot until and ms ° S all√ ° of the zone lvula. If the vi ° lvula does not serve or stood, it is hot until the vi ° lvula and then lower the temperature ms ° S All√ ° of the vi ° lvula. Problem: Tuber√ ≠ AS noisy </ p>

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