Glow Worm Repairs London

 Glow Worm Repairs London

Is your glow worm boiler making irritating sounds, leaking or not working at all? This is a clear indication that it needs a glow worm boiler repair. Doing this all by yourself is not something you should attempt. Instead of going down that lane, what the need to do is hire the services of a glow worm boiler repair company.

Contemplating on which service provider to use? We right here to help you with that repairs you need. When it comes to Glow Worm boiler repair, we have both the experience and knowledge to solve wherever the complications might be.  Having several engineers that have been working on the service, repairs, and installations of boilers over the years, they are fully prepared for any task whatsoever.

Based in the heart of London, we have tentacles spread across the city ready to repair the glow worm boiler in your home. Just by contacting us, you will be having access to a wide range of engineers who are insured, fully equipped and qualified to do any kind of glow worm boiler repairs.

Also, we offer our glow worm repair services at an affordable price, making it quite easy for you to hire our services without having to think of the expenses. Moreover, our repair services are based on a fixed with no hidden charges whatsoever..

Why Choose Us To Help Do Your Glow Worm Boiler Repair

  • Incredible Speed – Our commitment to work is like no other because we know the negative effect of having a damage glow worm boiler in your home. With this known fact, we act fast immediately we get the “go ahead” notification from you.

This fast response isn’t just restricted to a particular place in London, it covers the London wide network. Which means we will be right at your doorstep anywhere in London.

  • Years Of Experience – Glow Worm is a brand name that has undergone a series of evolution and technological advancements, designing new boiler as it advances.

Having been in the glow worm boiler repair business for quite some years, we have watched this advancements, taking notes of new developments. Which means, we will be able to adjust to whichever model of glow worm boiler you are having in your home that needs repair.

  • Quality Service – Our engineers are fully equipped with the right set of tools to repair whatever fault that your glow worm boiler might have and keep it at its optimal performance.

Get In Touch

You can contact Master Gas 24 hours a day and a member of our team will only be pleased to receive your call request.
By using Master Gas you can rest assured that your job will be completed by experts and to your satisfaction, not forgetting, of course, our workmanship guarantee. Call today
0203 667 7276

 

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    Glow Error Codes

    Boiler Model Fault Code Cause of Problem
    Betacom Red LED on Lockout – low water pressure (increase pressure to 1.5bar) and reset boiler
    Betacom Red LED flashing Overheat – check both overheat stats
    Betacom Yellow LED flashing Turn domestic hot water (DHW) control knob into temperature range and turn central heating (CH) temperature control knob into power (reset position) and wait for minimum of 30 seconds before turning into either summer or temperature position
    Betacom Yellow LED on Flame present on the burner
    Betacom Green LED on Boiler ready for operation
    Betacom Green LED off No power to boiler – Check for 230volts into the appliance, check fuse on printed circuit board (PCB)
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F00 / F10 / F71 Flow heating temperature sensor fault
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F01 / F11 Return heating temperature sensor fault
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F20 Overheating fault
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / hxi / 35 / Flexicom cx / hx / sx F9 / F22 Low water pressure (or ignition temperature rise too slow)
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F26 / F77 Fault in gas valve
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 / CI / hxi / Xtramax HE F27 / F16 Flame detection fault
    All Boilers F28 / F1 / F4 Ignition fault (flame detection)
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F29 Loss of flame during operation
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F32 Incorrect air pressure
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F49 EBUS voltage fault
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F61 / F62 / F63 / F64 / F65 / F67 Fault in the main board
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F68 Fluctuation of flame signal
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F70 User interface incompatible with the main board
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F72 / F84 Permanent temperature difference between flow and return heating sensors
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F73 / F74 Heating circuit pressure sensor fault
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F76 Thermal fuse fault
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F83 Thermal fuse fault
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F85 Flow and Return heating sensor fault
    Betacom / Ultracom₂ cxi / sxi / 35 F86 Underfloor heating contact fault
    All Boilers ERR / F12 / F18 User interface fault
    Betacom c Temperature 30 flashing Fault on central heating (CH) thermistor
    Betacom c Temperature 40 flashing Fault on DHW thermistor
    Betacom c Temperature 50 flashing Fault on outside sensor
    Betacom c Temperature 60 flashing Low system pressure
    Betacom c Temperature 70 flashing Fault on APS
    Betacom c Temperature 80 flashing Overheat open circuit
    Betacom c Temperature 90 flashing Flame or gas failure
    Compact e / s No DHW Check dhw microswitch / Check external controls, Please test for 230V on switch live contact
    Compact e / s No C/H Check dhw microswitch if dhw demand led is lit / Check external controls, Please test for 230V on switch live contact
    Compact e / s No C/H but boiler is firing Check divertor motor and cartridge / Check external controls, Please test for 230V on switch live contact
    Compact e / s Boiler locks out within 10 seconds Check pump proving switch, air pressure switch and overheat state / Check pump proving switch, air pressure switch and overheat stat
    Compact e / s Poor burner pressure Check burner pressure/ignition adjustment pots on PCB
    Ci Range (plus) / Si range F2 Fan/APS
    All Boilers F5 Overheat Fault
    All Boilers F6 Central heating flow thermistor
    All Boilers F7 Domestic hot water thermistor
    All Boilers F8 Tank thermistor fault
    sxi / si / ci (plus) range / Xtramax HE F9 Water pressure sensor fault (please contact GW technical department for further information)
    All boilers F10 Central return flow thermistor
    All boilers F11 Main board connection fault
    Ci (plus) / cxi / hxi / si / sxi range F12 Connection fault between main printed circtuit board (PCB) and display PCB
    Ci (plus) / cxi / hxi / si / sxi range F13 Main pcb connection fault
    Ci (plus) / cxi / hxi / si / sxi range F14 Central heating flow temperature > 95 degrees
    Ci (plus) / cxi / si / sxi range F15 Gas valve stepper motor fault
    Ci (plus) / cxi / hxi / si / sxi range / Xtramax HE F17 Power supply is less than 170v
    Ci (plus) / cxi / hxi / si / sxi range / Xtramax HE F19 Central heating thermistor unplugged
    Ci (plus) / cxi / hxi / si / sxi range / Xtramax HE F20 Software incompatibility
    cxi / hxi / sxi range / Flexicom cx F24 Central heating return temperature > 90 degrees
    cxi / hxi / sxi / Xtrafast 96/120 / Xtrafast 96/120E1 F25 / F26 / F11 Poor circulation
    ci range F3 Air fault
    ci range F3 Air fault
    cxi / sxi / hxi range/ Xtramax HE F2 / F3 Fan
    cxi / sxi range / Flexicom cx / hx / sx / hxi / Ultracom cxi / cx / hxi / sxi / Ultrapower sxi F3 Fan unable to reach ignition speed
    Flexicom cx / hx / sx / hxi / Ultracom cxi / cx / hxi / sxi F9 Water pressure sensor fault, blocked flow filter or pump fault
    Flexicom cx / hx / sx F11 Flow and or return thermistor fault
    Flexicom cx / hx / sx / Ultracom cxi / cx / hxi / sxi / Xtramax HE F13 PCB memory or sensing fault
    Flexicom cx / hx / sx / Ultracom cxi / cx / hxi / sxi / Xtramax HE F14 Gas valve control defective
    Flexicom cx / hx / sx / Ultracom cxi / cx / hxi / sxi / Xtramax HE F15 E-bus voltage failure
    All boilers F25 / F23 Circulation fault
    Flexicom cx / hx / sx / Ultracom cxi / cx / hxi / sxi F43 Generic error
    Flexicom cx / hx / sx / Ultracom cxi / cx / hxi / sxi F70 Software incompatible
    Flexicom cx / hx / sx / Ultracom cxi / cx / hxi / sxi F73 Unable to see pump activate
    Flexicom cx / hx / sx / Ultracom cxi / cx / hxi / sxi F77 Condensate pump error (optional)
    hxi range F9 Earlier models only (please contact GW technical department for further information)
    hxi range F9 Earlier models only (please contact GW technical department for further information)
    Ultracom₂ 35 Store F02 / F12 Hot water temperature sensor fault
    Ultracom₂ 35 Store F03 / F13 / F79 Storage tank temperature sensor fault
    Ultracom₂ 35 Store F81 Overheating of hot water circuit
    All Ultracom No display or Er loose connection X51
    Xtramax HE Range F24 Cental heating return temperature > 90 degrees
    Xtramax HE Range F25 Maximum temperature rise slope
    Xtramax HE Range F26 Maximum delta temperature
    Xtrafast 96/120 Range F00 No fault/td>
    Xtrafast 96/120 Range / Xtrafast 96/120E1 Range F00 No fault
    Xtrafast 96/120 Range / Xtrafast 96/120E1 Range F02 Air flow fault
    Xtrafast 96/120 Range / Xtrafast 96/120E1 Range F05 Overheating
    Xtrafast 96/120 Range / Xtrafast 96/120E1 Range F06 Central heating thermistor/wiring fault
    Xtrafast 96/120 Range / Xtrafast 96/120E1 Range F08 Storage vessel thermistor/wiring fault
    Xtrafast 96/120 Range / Xtrafast 96/120E1 Range F09 System pressure sensor fault
    Xtrafast 96/120 Range / Xtrafast 96/120E1 Range F10 Fan fault
    Xtrafast 96/120 Range / Xtrafast 96/120E1 Range F13 Main printed circuit board (PCB) fault
    Xtrafast 96/120 Range / Xtrafast 96/120E1 Range F14 Central heating flow temperature > 97 degrees
    Xtrafast 96/120 Range / Xtrafast 96/120E1 Range F15 Gas mechanism fault
    Xtrafast 96/120 Range / Xtrafast 96/120E1 Range F20 Communication fault
    Fault Code Cause of Problem
    F.00 Flow temperature sensor
    F.00 Flow temperature sensor
    F.10 Flow temperature sensor short circuit
    F.11 Flow temperature sensor short circuit
    F.12 and F.91 Cylinder temperature sensor short circuit
    F.13 Domestic hot water cylinder temperature sensor short circuit
    F.20 Safety switch-off – overheating temperature reached
    F.22 Safety switch-off – low water pressure in the boiler
    F.23 Safety switch-off – temperature difference too great (NTC1/NTC2)
    F.24 Safety switch-off – temperature rise too fast
    F.25 Safety switch-off – flue gas temperature too high
    F.27 Safety switch-off – fault in flame detection
    F.28 Ignition unsuccessful when starting up
    F.29 Flame loss
    F.32 Fan frost protection function active – fan speed outside the tolerance values
    F.33 Fan frost protection function active – air pressure switch fault
    FA9 eBUS fault – voltage too low
    F.61 Gas valve control system fault
    F.82 Gas valve switch-off control fault
    F.83 EEPROM fault – electronics defective
    F.64 Electronics/sensor/analogue-to-digital converter fault
    F.85 Electronics temperature too high
    F.67 Value sent back by ASIC is incorrect (flame slgnal)
    F.88 Unstable flame (analogue input), underfloor heating contact or gas valve fault
    F.70 Invalid product code (DSN)
    F.71 Flow/return temperature sensor
    F.72 Deviation in the water pressure sensor/return temperature sensor
    F.73 Water pressure sensor not connected or has short-circuited
    F.74 Electrical problem in the water pressure sensor
    F.75 Pressure sensor fault
    F.78 The safety cut-out in the primary heat exchanger is defective
    F.77 Fault: Condensate or smoke
    F.78 Interruption to domestic hot water (DHW) outlet sensor at external controller
    F.83 Burner temperature sensor fault
    F.84 Flow/return temperature sensor fault
    F.85 Temperature sensor fault
    F.87 Electrodes fault
    F.89 Pump fault
    Connection No communication between the printed circuit board (PCB) and the user interface

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