Problems with the Broseley Continued


As many of you know who follow this blog we have had problem with the Broseley Thermo Suprema for three months. Thankfully, Broseley have now stepped in and will be visiting us on Tuesday this week.

We hope that our heating will be sorted soon. For those of you who are new to this saga, everytime we have lit the solid fuel Broseley Thermo Suprema oven we have lost pressure on the central heating side, see the images in sequence taken over a few days. The pressure then rebuilds over six days, and now, in a bizarre twist has decided to drop down again after an attack of 'brownish' water leaving the bottom of the oven. Hopefully, Broseley can cast a light on this, solve our problem and give us heat and cooking again.








We learnt in the end that the brownish water was from the flue as one the clamps had worked loose. The oven problems where rectified after a sealant was put into the system by a qualified solid fuel heating engineer. 

Here is our complete story over the last twelve months (we shouldn't have had to have blogged so much about this when the mistake was so simple to rectify):
How I Became A Green Bore: Lighting the Way (November 2012)
How I Became A Green Bore (October 2012)
The End is Nigh (March 2012)
The End is Nigh, Again (March 2012)
Snowed Under (February 2012)
Problems with the Broseley Continued (February 2012)
The Snows are Here (January 2012)
Broseley Pressure Rising (December 2011)
Broseley Thermo Suprema Pressure Problems (December 2011)
Broseley Help Us (December 2011)
Problems With Our Broseley Thermo Suprema (December 2011)
Solid Fuel - Does it Work? (November 2011)
Solid Fuel and Biomass (November 2011)
New Winter, New Heating System (October 2011)
Living with the enemy (September 2011)

Please note that this post is our own personal opinion.




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