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    Those pipes look old for a new system!

    Needs a two port.
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    Quote Originally Posted by janequeenie View Post
    ufh engineers did the pipes in the floor , couldnt do plumbing as need as needed to be registered and my electrician who i have used a lot for the electrics
    the ufh technician provided nothing bar saying it was a simple water feed to and from the boiler and a plumber would find it easy to do
    Couldn't do plumbing as need to be registered. That's a new one for straight forward heating pipework. Probably sounds better than them admitting they don't have a clue.

    Sounds like you've had three guys with minimal knowledge when what you needed was one who new what he was doing and a decent sparks who is proficient with heating controls.

    Might be best getting somebody to have a look and check it out and tell you exactly what you need for it to run safely and efficiently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonG View Post
    Those pipes look old for a new system!

    Needs a two port.
    now you mention it the pipes dont look new !!!!!!

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    Default Re: underfloor heating installation problem

    Hi janequeenie,

    It's really hard to see what's wring without a site visit.
    What also concerns me is you've mentioned the white pipe is going to UFH Manifold where I can't see it on the second photo.

    Which part of country are you?

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