1. Hi, welcome to the new look UKPlumbersForums.co.uk - Login with your usual login details, or sign up if you don't already have an account. If you post just once, all the advertisements get automatically removed. We have some competitions coming soon, and lots of new feaures. 

  2. WARNING! We do NOT provide advice related to Gas or other fuels to people who are not currently an official registered Heating Engineer. Do NOT ask for advice related to boiler repairs or installs. You need to find a heating engineer instead.

    Either seeking or providing advice on UKPlumbersForums.co.uk may result in your account being suspended or removed. These rules are in place to prevent deaths, which can easily occur from messing with heating systems when you're not qualified to do so.

Dismiss Notice

Couple of important things to note. 1. We use Cookies, deal with it. Every website does. 2. Nobody but a currently-registered Gas Engineer should be touching gas or gas appliances. Don't mess with gas at all. 

Discuss Oil Boiler Question in the Oil and Solid Fuel Forum area at UKPlumbersForums.co.uk.

  1. Carlic

    Carlic New Member

    Hello all

    A 'plumber' had attached our oil burner after a service to the boiler housing using fire cement... is this acceptable or is this a disaster. If the latter what's the best way to rectify?

    im just thinking back and something is telling me that shouldn't have been done... any advice would be a huge help!

    thanks
     
  2. Jay The Plumber

    Jay The Plumber Active Member

    why did you get a 'plumber' to service your oil boiler ?
     
  3. Chalked

    Chalked Plumber GSR

    Most service engineers are plumbers/ heating engineers .

    To the op. Can you post a picture of the burner. .?
     
  4. Dotty

    Dotty Guest

    Aye, some pictures would help. As much detail as you can please.
     
Loading...