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Old 03-08-2011, 02:22 PM   #1
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Hi we just bought a house and the pressure is down on the boiler at 0.
But there is no filling loop it looks like it has been cut off as there is a plastic stop end on one side and then the refill pipe just on another pipe hanging off.
please help any advice would be good

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Hi we just bought a house and the pressure is down on the boiler at 0.
But there is no filling loop it looks like it has been cut off as there is a plastic stop end on one side and then the refill pipe just on another pipe hanging off.
please help any advice would be good
What boiler,..??
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Not enough info. Boiler brand/model/year/picture? Even if your unit has been partially dissassembled you have to have had a water feed line somewhere. By your description it sounds like a totally disconnected boiler but I find that unlikely! The plastic stop could be a hose end that has been put on the drain valve because it was dripping. Is there water inside the tridicator showing "0"(frozen or broken)? Is the unit running? I take it there was no building inspection on this home purchase?
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