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Worcester Green Star Flashing Blue Light



 
 
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Old October 4th 07, 10:31 AM posted to uk.d-i-y
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Hi all

Just wondering if this is anything to worry about.
Worcester 24Ri, one year old.
Intermittently the blue indicator light flashes (about once every second).
The fault lasts about 2 minutes and is seen to occur maybe once a week (but
then I'm not around to see it that much).
It's as though the system reaches a state that the boiler doesn't like
(maybe a flow issue when hw changes to ch - guessing) and it takes a short
while to stabilise.
When is occurred this morning I noticed some clicking, but it was not clear
whether this was an attempted boiler operation or just expansion noise.

Any suggestions/recommendations appreciated

TIA

Phil



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Old October 4th 07, 11:31 AM posted to uk.d-i-y
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On Thu, 04 Oct 2007 09:31:11 +0100, TheScullster wrote:

Any suggestions/recommendations appreciated


What does it say in the Installation and Servicing Manual which was
(by law) left with your boiler?

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Old October 4th 07, 01:31 PM posted to uk.d-i-y
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"John Stumbles" wrote

What does it say in the Installation and Servicing Manual which was
(by law) left with your boiler?


The install instructions give the following:

Fault - Volatile Lockout (sensor, fan or code plug)
Possible solution/check - Temp sensor 8000-20000ohm
- Wiring/connections to sensor
- Fan/cable/connections
- Code plug fitted

No idea what a code plug is!
Any thoughts on this lot?

Phil


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In message ,
TheScullster writes

"John Stumbles" wrote

What does it say in the Installation and Servicing Manual which was
(by law) left with your boiler?


The install instructions give the following:

Fault - Volatile Lockout (sensor, fan or code plug)
Possible solution/check - Temp sensor 8000-20000ohm
- Wiring/connections to sensor
- Fan/cable/connections
- Code plug fitted

No idea what a code plug is!
Any thoughts on this lot?

The code plug normally identifies to the processor which particular
appliance it's driving

I don't know on the greenstar

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