Intermittent Overflow of Central Heating Header Tank
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GayEddie
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Re: Intermittent Overflow of Central Heating Header Tank

Post by GayEddie » Fri Feb 03, 2017 8:40 pm

Do you have two tanks in loft if so do you have two overflow pipes or are they joined to one

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Re: Intermittent Overflow of Central Heating Header Tank

Post by GayEddie » Sun Feb 05, 2017 1:32 pm

My first thought is the ball valve is still not fixed, can you isolate the tank as in turn off the ball valve.

I think it is still dripping in tank filling it quiet full ( should only be quarter full ) then when you put the boiler on the water starts to heat then it starts pouring out of overflow pipe

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