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Friday, 7 October 2011

Bloody Boiler!



If the needle is below the green band i.e. lower than the red area


Connect the filling loop between the connections provided.  Open the filling loop valves and allow the needle to rise to the green band.  Then close the valves and disconnect the loop.

WTF????

A handy little diagram MIGHT help!

Hmmm, I'm off to don my marigolds and find a wrench .................

If you don't see me again it's because I've blown the whole house to f*ck!

6 comments:

Jayne said...

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Are you still alive?

They are quite possibly the worst instructions I've ever seen. WTF indeed!

postcard pam said...

My boiler is being replaced for the 3rd time in 10 years next week.Why don't we all live somewhere sunny?

Lene said...

Lucky enough to not have a boiler in sunny Oz! I can't follow instructions at the best of times let alone ones as random as those! Hope you are ok.

Sarah Mac said...

I'm alive Jayne :)AND I now have hot water again thank god!

Just the thought of having to replace mine scares me to death PP and obviously the solution IS to move to somewhere sunny ... maybe I should ...

I'm fine Lene, it turned out now to be half as complicated as it appeared (obviously written by a man;). The lure of moving to OZ gets stronger as the days get colder here!

Kelloggsville said...

Ah but in Oz on cold days it's bloody cold because there is no boiler!! Lol. Some cities now have the hot water on a communial thing. You pay for it like a service so you don't need a boiler. Sounds good. It may also encourage more sharing and tbh I fancy sharing a bath with my neighbour :) now you've finished your jobs stick the kettle on :) I need a brew :)

Sarah Mac said...

Hmm, I've got a couple of neighbours I wouldn't mind sharing a bath with too!

Kettle's on AND I have Jaffa Cakes :))