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brendanxxx

I have a wood burning Esse cooker and in 2005 a hot water system (tank in roof etc) was attached. It worked perfectly until now when suddenly the pump intermittently stops and starts. I assume that this is due to 1. the boiler filling up too slowly due to a blockage or 2. the pump's faulty (Monsoon 2.0 bar single). I need to know whether this is the sort of thing I can fix myself or should I call a plumber in? The problem with a plumber is that I live in France (though am selling due to Brexit!) and getting a good plumber in my area is difficult to say the least! Any advice most welcome.

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ProDave

First check id power is getting to the pump. If power is there and it is stopping and starting it is probably a faulty pump.  If the power is turning on and off you need to find out why.

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