What is the Baxi boiler e119 fault / error code?
Answered by Bells Heating & Gas
19th September 2019
Bells Heating & Gas answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e119 fault / error code?"
E119 fault is low pressure. Low pressure can be caused for a number of reasons. At times a maybe that there was air in the system or a possible leak on the central heating sustem such as radiator valves leaking by or expansion vessel requiring to be recharged causing the PRV to trigger causing a leak.
Answered by Air Plumbing & Heating Ltd
8th September 2019
Air Plumbing & Heating Ltd answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e119 fault / error code?"
An “E119” Error Code relates to “Low Pressure” in the boiler on the Heating Side. This can be usually be repaired fairly simply, but it is not advisable to do so if you are not confident with how to re-pressurise your boiler. You can go from a “No Heating & Hot Water” situation, to a potential “Flooding” situation. Air Plumbing & Heating Ltd do not recommend that the heating system is re-pressurised by a home owner unless they have previous experience in doing so and are confident with the correct pressures etc. Please call 07775330132 if you require any help or information on re-pressurising a Heating System.
Answered by BoilerOne
24th May 2019
BoilerOne answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e119 fault / error code?"
A Baxi boiler with an error code of e119 is related to pressure loss, this is within the closed heating system and can sometimes be difficult to find the leak. The pressure would require topping up via the filling loop between 1-1.5bar on the gauge and the. restart the boiler. If you are in any doubt we recommend you consult a gas safe registered engineer to diagnose the problem.
Answered by 68° Heating
20th May 2019
68° Heating answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e119 fault / error code?"
The Baxi fault code E119 relates to a low pressure fault. It could be a nice simple fix or could be sometime a little more tricky. The first thing to do when this code is show is to simple top the pressure up with the filling loop. The pressure should be between 1 and 1.5 bar. When you have achieved this pressure, run your boiler as normal and see what happens. If it works as normal it must of dropped pressure over quite a period of time which is normal really. If the pressure continues to drop it could be various different issues such as expansion vessel fault, a leak on the heating system somewhere or it could be something worse, at this point I suggest getting a gas safe engineer in to diagnose the problem properly and safely.
Answered by Stour Valley Plumbing
19th March 2019
Stour Valley Plumbing answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e119 fault / error code?"
E119 is a fault code relating to low pressure. From time to time boilers will need re pressurising and instructions on how to do this can be found in the boiler user guide, alternatively there are you tube guides in abundance. Its worth remembering that if you bleed air from radiators then the pressure in the system will naturally drop and this could lead to an E119 fault. If you find the code is frequent then it could be a leak on the system , radiators and their valves are the first place to check for leaks, also look out for damp marks on ceilings or carpets. A very overlooked cause of pressure drop is the Pressure relief discharge pipe, this is a 15mm copper pipe that will generally discharge to outside, often pointing back at the outside wall, look for water dripping from this pipe or water marks and green moss type stains on the surrounding surfaces. This is a job for a Gas engineer to remedy and is either the PRV valve itself or the expansion vessel failed
Answered by S3 Heating and Plumbing
28th February 2019
S3 Heating and Plumbing answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e119 fault / error code?"
E119 is a system low pressure fault. Top up the pressure using the filling loop so that the pressure gauge reads between 1 and 1.5 bar pressure. This is within the green range on the dial. Also check that you don't have any leaky radiators which may have caused this. If the problem persists and the boiler looses pressure over time it may also be a sign of the expansion vessel losing its charge. Get a qualified heating engineer to come check this if it keeps going down.
Answered by Chalmers Gas & Heating LTD
26th February 2019
Chalmers Gas & Heating LTD answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e119 fault / error code?"
E119 is a low water pressure. This can be fixed by re - pressurizing the system to 1 or 1.5 bar. It’s best to check over your system to make sure there are no leaks at your radiators. Also check for the blow off pipe outside usually 2 small elbows on the wall where the boilers flue comes out. If there is water dripping from here you may likely need the expansion vessel re - charged. This has to be done by a gas safe registered engineer.
Answered by D.A Gas, Heating & Plumbing
11th February 2019
D.A Gas, Heating & Plumbing answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e119 fault / error code?"
Error code E119 is low water pressure, check the dial on the boiler and top the pressure up using the filling loop. The pressure should read between 1.0-1.5 bar when cold. Check all radiators and visible pipework for leak, if the problem persists contact you local Gas Safe registered engineer who will be able to carry pout some simple checks.
Answered by Heating And Plumbing Engineer
10th February 2019
Heating And Plumbing Engineer answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e119 fault / error code?"
e1119 is usually low pressure, you'll need to get a engineer to check expansion vessel pressure and check the pressure relief valve doesn't pass after blowing off because of a low vessel pressure. the other fault can be low pressure switch/sensor fault. sometimes your boiler will rid any air in the system through the automatic air valve which depresurises the system. you will need to pressure is the system. this can be by looking on you tube or following instructions in your manual for the boiler.
Answered by SJL Plumbing and Heating
9th February 2019
SJL Plumbing and Heating answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e119 fault / error code?"
E119 is a loss in pressure. Quite often this is just a loss over several months and nothing to worry about. Occasionally though it is a sign of a leak. Take a look around your radiators and at your ground floor ceilings for any signs of damp. If all is clear you should be fine to re-fill the system yourself aim for middle of the green wedge on your gauge, there are several videos on YouTube to show you how to re-fill your Baxi boiler. It will go up when cold and may pull down when boiler first fires, this is fine and normal. The boiler will turn back on, no reset required as the pressure builds.