What do the buttons on my boiler do?
Your boiler has two jobs: 1) to supply hot water to your radiators, and 2) to supply hot water to your showers and taps. It makes sense, then, that you’d have temperature controls for each of these two functions. This is why a ‘boiler thermostat’ essentially encompasses two sub-thermostats.
How do I reset my Alpha boiler?
The Fix. For a simple reset, Alpha recommends rotating the switch on the front of the boiler to position 3 (reset sequence). After 25-30 seconds, the boiler will attempt to restart. If the burner still won’t light, there’s a good chance it’s blocked with debris.
What temperature should an alpha combi boiler be set at?
Our recommendation is to set a low temperature between 8°-12°C. You can also check the obvious things like whether the programmer or time switch have been inadvertently left on.
What temp should boiler be set at?
For a modern combi boiler, the radiator heating temperature should be set at or around 75 degrees celsius for the best efficiency and performance.
What pressure should my Alpha boiler be?
When the boiler pressure drops to around 0.6bar on the pressure gauge, your Alpha boiler will fail to operate. A sudden drop in pressure is a strong indication that there’s a link somewhere around the heating system.
How do you manually reset a boiler?
Follow these simple instructions to reset your boiler:
- Refer to your boiler manual.
- Push the reset button for 10 seconds.
- Wait 2 – 3 minutes, the boiler should fire up.
- Repeat twice if the first attempt fails.
- If the boiler still fails to fire up on the third attempt, double check the gas supply.
Where is reset button on boiler?
Your boiler restart button, also referred to as ‘lock out’, is located on your boiler burner unit. Usually, the burner unit front door cover will need to be removed to gain access to the control box reset (when ‘tripped’ the button is normally illuminated).
Should I turn my combi boiler off at night?
It’s true that boilers do turn on from time to time during the night. Combi boilers work best when the heat exchanger inside is kept warm, so it will need “topping up” a few times overnight to make sure you have instant hot water when you need it.
What PSI should a boiler run at?
Most boilers are safe up to around 30 psi, at which point seals can begin to fail. Modern boilers aren’t nearly as dangerous as early steam engines , but you can still damage them and require costly repairs. Provided your boiler stays in the 12-30 psi range, you’re in no real danger.
What is an alpha Intec boiler?
Alpha InTec 30C and 34C The Alpha InTec range of high efficiency condensing boilers incorporate the latest technology in boiler design. With improved burner efficiency and reduced electrical consumption together with high quality and reliability.
How to operate the Alpha Intec 30C and 34C pump?
Alpha InTec 30C and 34C – Technical Data7 Pump function modes – To see the current operation mode press button (1) once. The circulator has various built-in operation modes, however the operation mode should be selected according to the boiler model. InTec 30-34C the default setting is constant curve speed 3.
How does the Alpha Intec C and X commissioning Frost thermostat work?
Alpha InTec C and X – Commissioning Frost Thermostat The boiler incorporates a built in frost thermostat which automatically turns on the boiler and pump if the water in the boiler falls below 4°C, providing the electrical supply is on and the boiler is in standby mode. The boiler will operate until the water temperature in the boiler reaches 42°C.
What are the different models of Alpha Intec products?
Alpha InTec 30C (NG) G.C. No. 47 532 48 Alpha InTec 34C (NG) G.C. No. 47 532 49 Alpha InTec 30C (LPG)