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    Default Looking for a boiler

    Spending me PPI befor i got it
    looking to get a new Combie Boiler,no idear about them really .
    Had a ferroli here for ten years no probs,think its gotta be 25 years old

    Had a price to supply and fit a new one at 1150 quid
    its a Baxi maine 30kw eco
    anybody any ideas on them or prices to exchange boilers .
    wot bout you Dave ............Paul
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    Never done a combi m8 sorry,us Irish are very attached to our hot water cyclinder lol,
    plus dont like the fact that using shower affects the water going to your heating

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    What? No wife jokes?

    That's on a plate lads..

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    Quote Originally Posted by wooster1 View Post
    What? No wife jokes?

    That's on a plate lads..
    Like ..I've been to Paul's neck of the woods,,shouldn't think there would be much trouble finding an old boiler.................
    We are all still learning. No one knows it all, so please respect that we may all need to ask silly questions from time to time.


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    Typical plasterer....more money to spend than Arsene Wenger


    congratz on the windfall Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by wooster1 View Post
    What? No wife jokes?

    That's on a plate lads..
    He said new boiler

    Now if he had said old boiler

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    I didn't think that through, did I?

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    ive got a baxi boiler and cant fault it !! although when im in shower i lock missus and kids in kitchen cupboard so they cant turn on any taps or sneak in and flush bog !

    joking aside mines is around 4.5 years old ( install date on it says mar 2009 i moved in aug 2011 ) and my central heating really struggles to stay redhot if anyones in bath or shower etc

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    Wot baxi is it craig
    Been offered a Baxi main 30kw eco combi supplied and fitted for 1150
    How many rads in your house fella
    Prob all the nappies and big knickers drying out at yours ha ha ..............Paul
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    the missus has cleaned it that many times mate the writing has wore off so im not exactly sure but i have manual that covers 6 different models from the " 24hr HE potterton range " so im asuming its one of them , i do know its a condensing model but dont know what that means !!!

    must add though its in my kitchen and its silent dont ever hear a peep out it and it does the job required but it does struggle to keep up radiator temp if bath running or shower etc but serves us 4 well and does its job
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