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Good evening, and welcome to the Technical section in JustAnswer, an independent paid question and answer platform that matches customers' questions to experts in various skills. My name is ***** ***** I'll be happy to help you today.If you attach a photo of all the pipework on the underside of the boiler, I'll tell you if your boiler has an integral filling link._____There's no time pressure on this topic - it will stay open to you for many days, and you can reply at any time. I will be away from my desk sometimes, but will respond as soon as I can.You might see automated adverts for phone support. I'm not available for a phone call today, but we can continue via this Q&A topic.
I haven't heard back from you. If can provide a photo I can help you further.
This is a slightly mystery, because the manual says that this boiler should have a filling link but, as you said, there doesn't appear to be one. I have two questions:1. Is this image reversed, as in a mirror image?2. Can you find the G.C. number of your boiler, so that I can make sure I have the correct document? The G.C. number is ***** the label on the casing, or behind the flap.
OK. This edition of the 35CDi RSF had no integral filling link. Ergo, there's an external one. By hunch is that it's hidden behind that tiled panel.
Clearly I don't know what has happened in the last 6 years, but if the pressure didn't drop then there would be no need to use the filling loop.
You can install a filling loop somewhere else, for example in the airing cupboard, if there's a handy cold supply there.It's rare that the person doing that kind of tiling in doesn't make provision for removing the panel as one assembly, to avoid having to break tiles. If you cut the any sealant along the bottom and/or sides, you might find it just withdraws neatly.
Thank you for your rating, and your kind bonus. I'm glad that I could help.Did you locate the filling loop?
Argh that sounds a bit frustrating. Did you try cutting any sealant around the panel (if it has sealant)?
Oh dear. Sorry :-/