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 What is another name for excessive heating of water?

Answer When water is heated excessively long enough, it boils, which means it reaches the point of bubbling and evaporation, which occurs at 100 degrees Celsius. When water is heated just below the point ... Read More »
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My boiler isn't heating the hot water or central heating?

Sounds like what happens to me if I run out of oil before I get a fill. The cause is an airlock in the pipe between the oil tank and the boiler. It usually causes the lockout light on my boiler t... Read More »
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Does the water in the loft water tank reach the drinking taps or is it only for heating?

That water is used in the cold taps in your bathroom and for the heated water you use. Don't drink from these taps.
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Hot water heating, in-line: We have our well water pressure tank in the back room. PVC pipes run under floor.?

I am guessing you are somewhere in the southwestern US - although quite a few other places have both snakes and scorpions. If you have access to propane the most efficient water heater you can get ... Read More »
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Replaced heating element in electric water heater, still no hot water?

if everything is connected properly - there should be a reset button somewhere by the thermostat. You may have to punch it.I'm sure that you've already flipped the panel switch? I don't mean to sou... Read More »
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