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Potterton Boiler E133 Fault

Potterton Boiler E133 Fault Help Guide: What You Can Do

The Potterton boiler E133 fault code is shown on the display on the boiler when there is a problem and your Potterton boiler is not firing up and goes to lockout. I have been carrying out boiler repairs full-time for over a decade and having fault codes on the screen when I arrive is very welcome. Here I’ll show

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Potterton boiler leaking water

Why is My Potterton Boiler Leaking Water? Causes and Fixes

A Potterton boiler leaking water can cause your boiler to not fire up, rust, or become dangerous. I have been fitting and fixing boilers full-time for over a decade and have repaired many leaking Potterton boilers. In this post, I’ll share some of what I have learned over the years from my on-the-job experiences. Why is My

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Potterton Boiler Not Firing Up

Why is My Potterton Boiler Not Firing Up? Troubleshooting

Everyone will experience a boiler not firing up at some point. Your boiler not working will probably ruin your day, especially on a cold winter’s night. I have been fitting and fixing boilers full-time for over a decade and have brought many Potterton boilers back to life. Common Reasons for a Potterton Boiler Not Firing Up There

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Potterton boiler no hot water

Why Does My Potterton Boiler Have No Hot Water?

Having no hot water from your boiler but heating working could be happening for many reasons. Different Potterton boilers and setups vary and so do the reasons for no hot water. I have been repairing boilers full-time for over a decade and have fixed many Potterton boiler problems. Here I’ll show you the most likely reasons for

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Potterton boiler pressure

How to Repressurise Potterton Boiler Pressure & Decrease

When your Potterton boiler pressure drops too low, the boiler will stop working which means you will have no heating or hot water. To repressurise a boiler, you must add more water (pressure) to your heating system from the cold water supply via a filling loop. I have been repairing boilers and heating systems for

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