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Greenstar 12Ri boiler: Sound of running water in boiler most

Greenstar 12Ri boiler:
Sound of running... Show More
Greenstar 12Ri boiler:
Sound of running water in boiler most of the time ,even when it's not firing.
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Does it sound like Heating water or running exactly?

Also doesn i seem to work fine, supplying enough hot water?

Thank you

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Customer reply replied 1 year ago.
It sounds like running water.Not constant,but frequent,mainly when boiler is NOT firing.
Customer reply replied 1 year ago.
it is supplying hot water ok.

Thank you for that info.

One more question, how long does it make that running water sound for?


Tech Michael

Customer reply replied 1 year ago.
Sometimes up to 1or2 mins

Okm that's perfectly normal, its just filling. If it didn't used to make so much should you may want to have that checked by a plumbing tech engineer but usually this is normal and not a problem;-)

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