How do I reset my Biasi boiler?

How do I reset my Biasi boiler?

RESET that takes all parameters back to the factory value occurs only by setting “parameter 08=04”. Reset is displayed by switch on of all symbols present on the display.

Why does my Biasi boiler keep cutting out?

Possible culprits to this situation are: failling pump or scaled/blocked main heat exchagner. It is worth noting that sometimes similar symptoms can happen with faulty PCB, thermistors, overheat stats or wiring. In this case it was however a major component at fault.

What does po mean on Biasi boiler?

Biasi Boiler Error Codes / Fault Codes List

Fault Code Boiler Fault
N/A Pump activated for the post-circulation phase (Po flashing + temperature flashing)
N/A Delayed burner ignition for setting the system (uu flashing + temperature flashing)
N/A Maintenance required The wrench symbol is flashing (without showing any error)

How does boiler air pressure switch work?

The air pressure switch in a boiler ensures that waste gases are being expelled, before allowing to fire up. The fan creates a draft which allows harmful gases to be released from the boiler via the flue. For your boiler to fire up, the pressure switch needs to have recognised that the fan is running first.

What does LC mean on gas boiler?

What does my Ideal Boiler Fault Code mean?

Fault code Fault
L2 Ignition lockout – you can manually fix this with our frozen condensate guide here
L6 False flame lockout – reset your boiler and this should fix the issue
LC 5 boiler resets in 15 minutes – turn the electricity to your boiler off then on to fix the issue

How do I reset the pressure on my boiler?

Open both valves, to allow cold mains water into the system (you should hear it) Wait for the pressure gauge to read 1.5 bar. Close both valves, one after the other. Switch the boiler back on and, if needed, press the reset button.

What should the pressure be on your boiler?

between about 1-2 bars
Normal boiler pressure should be between about 1-2 bars. The ideal boiler pressure is often marked as a range in green on the gauge itself.