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I need help and advice in relation to a IdealLogic Combi C24(been a good boiler) combi boiler, about 3 years old, quite modern, basicallt all power has gone, nothing, no led, no firing up, the  electonic thing that links up to the remote control is lit up and plugged in, and so it can't be a simple fuse, it is very complicated with my landlord, and it may be I have to contact a gas fitter, but am looking for advice initially.

 

its urgent I am disabled and need hot water, etc

 

could the Strom remote switched it off, the flame is lit on it, bit there is no power at all to bolier, nothing

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22 hours ago, gamezone07 said:

HUI

 

I need help and advice in relation to a IdealLogic Combi C24(been a good boiler) combi boiler, about 3 years old, quite modern, basicallt all power has gone, nothing, no led, no firing up, the  electonic thing that links up to the remote control is lit up and plugged in, and so it can't be a simple fuse, it is very complicated with my landlord, and it may be I have to contact a gas fitter, but am looking for advice initially.

 

its urgent I am disabled and need hot water, etc

 

could the Strom remote switched it off, the flame is lit on it, bit there is no power at all to bolier, nothing

Is the Strom controller battery driven?   Could simply be rundown batteries in the controller not getting a signal to the boiler.

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it was a loose live wire in the plug!, but it shouldn't powered by a plug, it should be wired to a fused spur, isn't that right?

 

I did find out the remote can't completely switch off the bolier, according to the manufacturers.

 

 

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Hi gamezone is that lamp standard still working ?

You are right should be on a spur fuse but we know the house electrics are a bit on the unusual !

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