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Potterton E83, E84, E85 Fault

The Potterton boiler error codes E83, E84, and E85 are connected to malfunctions of the Printed Circuit Board (PCB). These indicate that there is a problem with the electronic control system of the boiler which in turn affects its operation and how it works. This part is very important since it controls other components within the boiler, therefore any fault in this area must be addressed immediately. Reasons behind Potterton E83, E84, and E85 Error Codes E83: Faulty Communication – Often [...]

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Potterton E78 Fault

Potterton E78 error code means that the pressure sensor of the boiler is not functioning properly. This instrument helps to control water pressure within the system to make sure it remains safe and in line with regulatory demands. If this sensor fails, then when it is working incorrectly, the boiler may stop even before any damage can occur or conditions become unsafe. Potterton E78 Error Code Causes Poor Pressure Sensor: The device itself may be broken and send wrong signals concerning [...]

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Potterton E40 Fault

A Potterton fault can be indicated by a code E40 which indicates that the central heating (CH) return thermistor is faulty. It is used to measure the water temperature coming back from central heating system into a boiler. In case of a defect in the returning thermistor, inaccuracies may occur with regard to the efficient regulation of heating by the boiler, thereby resulting in its overheating or refusal to give warmth. Reasons behind Potterton E40 Error Code Defective Return Thermistor: The [...]

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Potterton E28 Fault

Error code E28 in Potterton denotes an issue of flue thermistor. They ensure that the boiler vents gases safely and efficiently, by looking at exhaust gas temperatures. A faulty flue thermistor can affect how safely the boiler is able to vent out exhaust gases and can lead to operational problems. Potterton E28 Error Code Causes Flue Thermistor Malfunction: This may occur if it has been damaged or fails to accurately monitor the temperature of the flue gasses. Wiring Problems: The transmission of [...]

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Potterton E20 Fault

The Potterton E20 error code is usually a central heating thermistor sensor fault. This senses the temperature of the water in the central heating system; if faulty, then the boiler’s control unit will not be able to measure this temperature correctly. If the thermistor reads wrongly, it may affect how effectively your boiler can control heating and thus lead to difficulty in maintaining the desired heat levels in your home. Probable Causes of Potterton E20 Error Code Faulty Thermistor: Damaged or [...]

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Potterton E160 Fault

The Potterton E160 code means there is a problem with the fan in the boiler. The fan is an important part of the system needed for safe operation through the removal of dangerous combustion gases from building and inflow of air for burning. Fan malfunction can cause operational failures such as unsafe exhaust emissions. Potterton E160 Error Code Causes Fan Gone Bad: Damage, wearing off or electric faults may make the fan to fail to operate correctly itself. Barred Air Passages: Restricted [...]

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Potterton E133 Fault

The Potterton E133 error code means that there is an issue with the boiler’s ignition process or gas supply. This malfunction occurs when positioning tries to light up the boiler but cannot do so probably, because of lack of gas or interruption of the lighting process. It should be taken seriously as it directly affects the ability of a system to dispense hot water and heating services. Reason for Potterton E133 Error Code Gas Supply Problems: Presence of either low pressure [...]

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Potterton E125 Fault

Potterton E125 error code indicates a fault in the boiler system’s circulation. This problem is triggered by poor flow of water through the boiler, which shows that hot water does not circulate effectively within the system. It can result in inefficient heating and sometimes make it impossible for a boiler to operate. Reasons for Potterton E125 Error Code Defective Pump: The pump that circulates may be faulty or jammed, thus hindering smooth flow of water. Blocked Pipes or Heat Exchanger: Sludge or [...]

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Potterton E119 Fault

When a Potterton E119 error code is displayed on the boiler’s display shows it means that the boiler has low water pressure. This occurs when pressure in the central heating system falls below the minimum required for safe and efficient operation of the boiler. Low pressure can impact how well your heating system works; this may result into inadequate heating or prevent your boiler from working at all. Potterton E119 Error Code Causes Leaky Heating System: Small leakages in radiators, piping [...]

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Potterton E110 Fault

The E110 error code for Potterton signifies that the boiler has over-heated. This takes place when the temperature of water inside the boiler passes beyond the maximum safe limit by manufacturers. Various factors may trigger an overheating condition, which in turn indicate a likelihood of one problem or another within heating system that need to be fixed before this appliance can work safely and efficiently. Potterton E110 Error Code Causes Faulty Thermostat: If defective, a thermostat will not be able to [...]

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