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Discuss Baxi 105e combi temperature sensor at UK Plumbers Forums; Hi. First time for me. I've joined tonight. Can anyone tell me if the 2 temperature sensors on the above boiler are wet or dry. Thanks....
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    Hi. First time for me. I've joined tonight.
    Can anyone tell me if the 2 temperature sensors on the above boiler are wet or dry.
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    Are you gas safe ?
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    Yes. (580059) Have been 18 years. Not too hot on boiler breakdowns. I installed this boiler for my son 10 years ago. This is the 1st problem he's had.

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    Right ok hope you understand, as we don't allow gas repair advice on an open forum for safety reason

    Get your post count upto 10 (non spamming)

    Then you need to pm a mod for further details (croppie, applumbing or gasman)
    IMPORTANT:
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    Want gas safety or boiler repair advice? :
    Please supply your Gas Safe / Oftec / Hetas Number, DIYers, odd job people and have a go heroes need not apply, and remember any fuel burning appliance can kill


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    Default Re: Baxi 105e combi temperature sensor

    Quote Originally Posted by ShaunCorbs View Post
    Right ok hope you understand, as we don't allow gas repair advice on an open forum for safety reason

    Get your post count upto 10 (non spamming)

    Then you need to pm a mod for further details (croppie, applumbing or gasman)
    https://www.gassaferegister.co.uk/fi...kflT4vsSkAA%3d
    Make it happen!

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    Default Re: Baxi 105e combi temperature sensor

    As above Colin. Get a few posts under your belt and pm one of us with your gas safe details.
    Behind every great man is a woman rolling her eyes.

    I have an unfortunate problem. I should stand upwind if I were you!

    IMPORTANT: Carbon Monoxide can be produced when ANY fuel is burnt, including oil, gas, wood and coal.

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