Before you call us or any other company that has Pulsacoil A Class repair engineer to inspect and repair your Pulsacoil A Class, read the rest of this page which explains common faults found with Pulsacoil A Class Electric systems.
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Pulsacoil A Class Repair – Common Faults
Before having your Pulsacoil A Class repair carried out by a qualified and experienced Pulsacoil A Class repair engineer, it is well worth your time carrying out a few self checks to establish why your Pulsacoil A Class electric system is not working correctly. Please remember some basic faults can be located by you which you do not need a Pulsacoil A Class repair engineer to find. By carrying out some basic self check and by requesting our self check mini guide, you could save £100’s. Simply fill in our self check mini Pulsacoil guide form to have it sent to you.
So, before you get a Pulsacoil A Class repair carried out, check for the following. If this doesn’t help you, then please call us on 0800 046 1241 to arrange for an on-site visit. We will send you a qualified and competent Pulsacoil A Class repair expert who can service, diagnose and repair your Pulsacoil A Class system as long as it is not beyond economical repair.
Pulsacoil A Class repair tip #1
Check the water level is correct for your Pulsacoil A Class electric system. If the water level inside your system is not topped up correctly, don’t call a Pulsacoil A Class repair engineer to top it up. Simply top up the water level in your A Class yourself. If you are not sure how to top the water level in your Gledhill Pulsacoil A Class electric system, request our self check Pulsacoil mini guide which will go over how to do this. This is so simple to do and anyone can do it.
The problems you will experience if your system is low on water are:
- No hot water at all, at any hot water tap
- Fluctuation of water temperature coming out of the hot water taps
- Shower not giving hot water but all other taps are
- Bath hot water tap not giving enough hot water
- Insufficient hot water
Please remember this is a common fault found by our Pulsacoil A Class repair engineers but may not be the fault you are experiencing. We would say more than 50% of call out last year were due to this and we have helped reduce this percentage dramatically with our self check Pulsacoil guide.
Pulsacoil A Class repair tip #2
Check your Pulsacoil system is on 24/7 and the off-peak spur is left on 24/7. This also is a common reason our Pulsacoil A Class repair engineers are called out. This can be a little more difficult compared to topping up the water level in your Pulsacoil A Class electric system. We would highly recommend you request our self check Pulsacoil guide which will go over this in more details and explain how to do this. Again you could avoid calling a Pulsacoil 2000 repair engineer if you follow these steps.
The above step mostly applies to new tenants or new property owners who have a Pulsacoil A Class electric system but do not know how to use it correctly.
Pulsacoil A Class repair tip #3
Check to make sure your system is full of water. This has happened a few time when contractors replace an element. The think by switch the unit on and opening the water supply the system will fill up by itself. This is not true. The unit needs to be filled using the header tank.
Please note if it is not filled and the elements are switched on it could damage them and the system and most likely you next PulsaCoil A Class repair will be replacing the elements again.
Again this fault may resolve your problem. If it doesn’t, we would recommend you call us on 0800 046 1241 to arrange for a Pulsacoil A Class repair engineer.
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