How to re-pressurise a Worcester Bosch Boiler?
Answered by Careys Plumbing & Gas Ltd
30th August 2020
Careys Plumbing & Gas Ltd answered the question "How to re-pressurise a Worcester Bosch Boiler?"
There are several options for pressurising a Worcester Bosch boiler. You can fit an external filling link the same as any other combi boiler. There are also the integral filling links available tho add on to the actual valve of the boiler. There is a keyed and keyless version and now also an automatic top up version available for the 8000 range
Answered by Beagle Heating, Plumbing, Gas
19th March 2019
Beagle Heating, Plumbing, Gas answered the question "How to re-pressurise a Worcester Bosch Boiler?"
Worcester Greenstar boilers are normally fitted with an integral filling loop, this is situated at the bottom right of the boiler, you will need to remove the slide cover at the very bottom of the boiler by pulling it forwards. this cover should have a T shaped key which should be fitted in to the black plastic filling loop on a 45 degree angle then turned so the arrow on the key is directly facing you.. In depth visual instruction can be found on the Worcester You Tube channel. (link won't post here)
Answered by Alltime Plumbing & Heating
28th February 2019
Alltime Plumbing & Heating answered the question "How to re-pressurise a Worcester Bosch Boiler?"
a majority of the Worcester boiler have a filling key which you have to insert and then lock into place. only when this is done can you fill the system, you need to turn the plastic fitting to open up the filling loop. newer models have a much easier filling loop.when boiler is up to required pressure radiators need to be bled to release air