Need a Vokera boiler repair in Bristol, Somerset & Gloucestershire?
If you need a Vokera boiler repair, we will get it fixed as soon as we can. Here at Plumbing Care Services we always strive to provide a 60 minute response time to prevent any lasting damage being done to your property. Emergency plumbing repairs are our priority, so if we can get there, we will. If you need an emergency plumber or heating engineer immediately, please call us now on 03333 441 399.
Remember, If left unchecked, even a small leak from a leaking pipe can cause extensive damage to your property. Call 03333 441 399
Vokera Boilers have a warning light system, which identifies clearly that there is a problem with the boiler that requires attention.
If your Vokera Boiler has a digital display, you will see that there should be a fault code displayed. Should there be a problem with your system, this will help identify what the fault may be. In this guide, we will tell you what the fault may be, so when you call us if you live in Bristol, Gloucestershire or Somerset, or another Gas Safe Registered Engineer in your local area, you will have a reasonable idea as to what the problem is. However, should you not wish to investigate, please call us immediately on 03333 441 399 so we can come and do this for you!
On Vokera Boilers the red light will be either the red light staying on or a flashing red light. This fault will show that your system has either:
This is a safety lockout, which requires immediate attention by a Gas Safe Registered Engineer. This can mean a few things are possibly wrong which needs to be explored as the boiler and your system will not work until the problem is fixed.
– The system’s pressure within the system is either too low or high. If your boilers pressure gauge shows below 0.6 or above 3 bar reading, the boiler has shut down.
– If it’s water pressure (which is a common problem), there’s a good chance the lights
– The Vokera boiler might be in ‘service mode’ if your boiler is a brand new installation, or it’s been recently serviced by a Gas Safe Registered Engineer.
– The boiler has sensors which monitors the temperature of the systems heating have possibly failed.
– One of the more common problems when these lights show is that there is a problem with the water pressure, which will show the lights coming on and off for a few seconds at a time.
However, if the light is flashing it could be a sign of that there is:
Before you call us here at Plumbing Care Services on 03333 441 399, or another Gas Safe Registered Engineer in your local area, take note of the codes or light sequence that you see on the boiler. Also if you have noted something unusual, such as a leak from the boiler or from any pipes, or there is simply no heating within your homes radiators or water, this will give the engineer a good idea as to what the issue is which requires immediate attention with your boiler before the engineer arrives.
This indicates a condensate blockage.
If the weather is cold or freezing, this is a common problem as the cold weather freezes the pipe from the moisture. If you’re able to, try thawing the pipe by using hot water to remove any blockages. Should the pipe not be hot, then there is simply a blockage within the pipe. You or your engineer will flush out the pipe using clean water will rid the pipe of the blockage.
Depending on what model you have, as the Vokera Linea will show code 10, and the Compact will show A01, but means the same thing.
This is an ignition fault within the boiler, but can mean a number of issues, such as a faulty gas valve or ignition leads. However it can be a faulty PCB (Printed Circuit Board) and can be somewhat costly to fix. Call us on 03333 441 399 if you’re located in Bristol, Gloucestershire and Somerset or a Gas Safe Registered Engineer.
Low pressure. The boiler will not be able to work with lack of pressure, and can indicate that there is a possible leak within the central heating system.
Simply trying to refill the boiler using the filling loop can stop this code from showing, but it won’t solve the problem in the long term. Call a Gas Safe Registered Engineer as the leak can be from an number of places, such as the valves from the radiators, the boilers pump isn’t working as it should or the automatic air vent in the boiler requires attention. Check the boiler for any notable leaks, but do not tighten anything yourself as this can make things much worse. Call a Gas Safe Registered Engineer.
There is a problem with the boilers fan. This is one of the most common problems with Vokera Boilers. This is an easy and potentially inexpensive fix.
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