Boiler temperature control

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    • #280063
      Jack Blazejewicz

      On the control panel on the boiler the heating temperature is set at about 78 degrees at present. However I have noticed that when the house/room thermostat calls for heat and the boiler starts, the flow heating temperature display figure often goes much higher and sometimes up to 90 degrees or above as it heats up the system. Is this normal or should I be worried that there is a fault somewhere ?
      With thanks…

    • #302177
      terrancelloyd

      A central heating boiler is so named because they are placed in a central location inside the structure.

    • #302238
      briancooper

      From what you have said, it seems that there is some fault with your heating repair system. Hence, I would recommend you to get it repaired as soon as possible by calling in professionals.

    • #302264
      robertshawn

      Boiler safety depends on a number of operations and maintenance variables, such as temperature controller. I would like to share that a boiler water temperature controller is just an on and off switch that controls water temperature.

    • #302267
      paulplumb

      Call the appliance manufacturer for some free advice

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