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baxi 105 e two fault leds, won,t reset 24 and 26 any clues

Resolved Question:

baxi 105 e two fault leds, won,t reset
24 and 26
any clues please?

malc
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  KevinWhiteJA replied 3 years ago.

KevinWhiteJA :

Hi, welcome to Just answer

KevinWhiteJA :

How old is it ?

Customer:

hi mate, 8yrs

KevinWhiteJA :

Thanks Malc, can you please elaborate the problem

Customer:

yes, was being intermittent previously

Customer:

fault reset ok, then suddenly went off and fault leds permanently on

KevinWhiteJA :

24 is safety thermostat and 26 is due to low pressure or bad pump

KevinWhiteJA :

when was this unit last serviced ?

Customer:

about 4yrs ago im afraid!

KevinWhiteJA :

long time...these should be serviced at least once every year

Customer:

ps. pump runs ok

Customer:

fault lite says fan/flue

Customer:

and flame fail, blocked cond drain

Customer:

these all seem ok

Customer:

wondered if it could be pcb?

KevinWhiteJA :

what about the pressure? Is it fine ?

Customer:

yes no problem

KevinWhiteJA :

the pump is running so is the fan and flame fail, flow switch etc are all fine so it is the PCB..however, I will check the wire connectors to the PCB before replacing it

Customer:

yes wondered how i cud check pcb as fan goes blip for a mo after reset but then stops

KevinWhiteJA :

Check this image this is how a good one should look like

Customer:

yes, so just check all conections you mean; wanted to try and prove it if poss

KevinWhiteJA :

This is not the kind of fault that is suitable for DIY, best to get a breakdown specialist out for it....however, if you still want to DIY then follow these instructions

KevinWhiteJA :

1. Note the settings of the temperature control
knobs. Rotate the knobs fully anticlockwise and
carefully pull them off the drive pins.
2. Remove the screws securing the control box
cover and release the cover retaining barbs from
their slots. Disengage the rear of the cover from
the control box hinge pin
3. Note the position of all plugs and wires on the
P.C.B. and disconnect them.
4. Undo the securing screws and remove the
P.C.B. Transfer the control knob drive pins to the
new P.C.B. and turn them fully anticlockwise.
5. Reassemble in reverse order, ensuring that the
temperature controllers are reset to their previous
positions.

Customer:

yes ok; i,m a telecoms eng so have sum idea

KevinWhiteJA :

Great :) You can get back to me if you need any assistance and I will help with no additional charges.....Is there anything else I can assist you with today ?

Customer:

ok, luks like new pcb then. thanks

Customer:

ok thanks, XXXXX XXXXX another go tomoz; cheers XXXXX XXXXX

KevinWhiteJA :

You're welcome Malc....Excellent feedback is appreciated if you are satisfied with my assistance....Have a Good Evening

KevinWhiteJA :

Cheers

Customer:

yes ok thanks, XXXXX XXXXX go tomoz. cheers

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