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the heating wont turn off despite the control panel being on "off" and central thermostat on low - I have read answers on here to the same question I have but it's not helping as I don't know where I'm looking. In previous replies to others you mention a lever for hot water/heating but I can't locate it. Some of the pipes and things are hidden behind panels so wanted to check before I get the screwdriver out. I have taken photos of everything I can see too: https://plus.google.com/photos/101581888427601259593/albums/6141981534833788289 Turning the boiler on and off few times hasn't helped loosening a potentially stuck valve ... Any thoughts? Alex
I don't know where a fused spur for the boiler might be, there is none visible near the boiler or programming panel. Have you looked at the photos via the link I posted? The wall panel for setting heat and hot water timings is set to off. Furthermore, on the front of the boiler there are two buttons/dials. the left is for on and off, which I've used. The right is for setting low to high. I dont know of any other way to turn off the boiler.
are these the white boxes on the last picture? - these are inside/underneath and behind a cupboard (next to the boiler and really hard to access - I just held my camera into the space. This may require removing the front panels etc. I won't be able to do this until tomorrow evening. Can then get back to you. Thanks