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Replacement fan in commercial gas boiler flue.


kme

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OK guys & gals.

This is for all of you who have experience with corgi / gassafe regs.

Called to a hotel yesterday, where a TPN fan had failed which runs a fan in a flue for 2 commercial gas boilers. The heating engineers were going with the idea of replacing the whole unit (

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My thoughts if the flue has not been altered then no cert should be needed bit like replacing parts like for like but I am sure jl who's gas safe will put us right if he's about later.

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That`s who was in my mind when I posted mate. :)

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See what JL says , I think because its a flue , carbon monoxide etc , I'd be getting a heating engineer to do the necessary.

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you haven't touched the boiler then its not your problem

the air pressure switches says that there is enough air movement for the boilers to work so should be ok

but I can understand your concerns. I would flip it back to the hotel and recommend that the boilers get checked and if they don't want to bother you are covered

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