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Hi . look for a flexible hose under the boiler . it would have a tap on either one side or both sides
Don't think that's it. It should link up the mains cold water pipe to the heating pipe
Hi - There isn't a flexible hose under the boiler - or anything in the pipes that would suggest a flexible hose was there but is now missing. The only think close is the valve (picture attached).
definitely nothing running out of the mains cold water pipe.
Is it a Combi. Havnt had a chance to look up the manual yet. Sorry but just cooking food ATV no , would you mind if we talk in 10 mins?
Hi . sorry about that
yes its a combi
Hi . that's definitely not it . that is the heating pipe isolating valve and mini drain off
Sometimes , depending on installation , I have found them , under the kitchen sink ,in the loft , in old cylinder cupboard.
Usually because an installer was converting an old system and just took a short cut
If you google filling loop and look up images you'll get an idea
On page 29 of manual under installation it shows a filling loop
i'll look under the sink and the kitchen units when I get home in an hour.
Ok , nonprobs
hi - cant see either the filling loop or anything it would connect to either to the cold water supply or to the boiler. do you think it's behind the cover?
Hi . its not a Combi. You don't have enough pipes. You have flow and return primary heating pies , gas and a safety pressure release pipe . do you have a hot water cylinder/tank . if your hot water pressure is good you may have an invented cylinder , ie megaflow?
Look where your hot water tank/cylinder is . it will most likely be there.
Hi - conversation seems to be back on - drawing a blank with the fill loop. attached is a picture of the water cylinder. its a new house (c 15-20yrs) so not a refurb. Is it right that the fill loop attaches the cold water supply to the boiler return. pipe when connected?