A broken boiler can be a major inconvenience. No one likes sitting in a cold house without heating or hot water, but thankfully it is possible to fix a broken boiler yourself if you have to.
Here are four things you can try when your boiler stops working.
Check the Basics
The first thing that you should do is check the most obvious things: make sure that you have credit, and then check that your individual appliances are actually working (such as the hob). You should also check that the switches on the fuse box are on.
Check the Pressure
If you have checked the basics and everything looks fine, see if there is a problem with the thermostat or the pressure. Make sure that the programmer is switched on and that the thermostats are turned up. You should also check the heating pressure to make sure it is between 1.0 and 1.5 bar.
If the pressure is lower than this or higher than this, the boiler may be broken. Unfortunately, this could mean that the boiler needs replacing. If this is the case and you are looking for a professional who can help with boiler …