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The PROBOIL.2 boiler is a compact and innovative 2 litre displacement boiler, allowing you to hold and call off steaming hot water at 98 degrees on demand.
Handily, the boiler can be floor or wall mounted within the kitchen base unit under the sink, maximising your available storage space.
For convenience, why not order our Proboil.2X filter and descale pack which contains 2 x water filters and 2 x descale bottles. This pack is designed to give you a year’s supply of accessories for your boiler and tap to keep them in perfect working order.Buy
How To Guides
PROBOIL.2 User Guides
For the boiler, all working parts are guaranteed for 2 years from date of purchase provided it has been used for normal domestic purposes and the user and installation guide has been observed. The warranty extends to the original purchaser only.
If you have purchased your product and would now prefer to arrange an installation service, we have a national team of service engineers that can be arranged at a date and time convenient for you. Please give one of our trained advisors a call directly on 02475 098490 and they will be happy to provide further details.
Servicing and maintenance of this product must be carried out by persons having
knowledge and practical experience of the appliance, in particular as far as safety and
hygiene are concerned. The PROBOIL system contains no user serviceable parts and
should only ever be serviced by the recommended service agent.
If your PROBOIL is not working satisfactorily, make the following checks before calling out the installer. Any one of these adjustments could restore the performance.
|Action to take:
|Light not on, water hot.
|Unit up to temperature, will light again as the unit temperature drops, this is normal.
|Light not on, water cold.
|Check electrical supply is connected and switched on and the plug fuse is not blown.
|Water not hot enough.
|Thermostat set too low. Turn clockwise slightly to increase set temperature. May need re-calibrating (see page 24).
|No water flow when tap operated.
|Check water supply is on. Note: There can be a short delay dependent on how long the unit has been left unattended.
|Tap ejects water when heating, constant boiling.
|Thermostat set too high. Turn anti-clockwise to reduce set temperature. Re-calibrate (see page 24).
|Boiled water flow reduced.
|Allow time for drain valve to work. Check tubes not kinked. Boiler may need descaling.
If the previous checks fail to restore the performance, you should seek professional help.
The person who installed the boiler is probably the best one to investigate and correct it
and is certainly the person to contact if you have had a problem in the guarantee period.
The following additional checklist is provided for the benefit of a qualified service person.
WARNING: SWITCH OFF THE ELECTRICITY AT THE LOCAL ISOLATOR BEFORE REMOVING THE COVER TO MAKE CHECKS.
|Action to take:
|Unit not heating – light on all the time.
|Check circuit through element (50.4-58.7 Ohms) –
Check continuity through run dry thermostat – replace.
Check thermal fuse – replace.
|Unit not heating – no light on.
|Check fuse in plug.
Check circuit through thermostat – replace.
|Check hoses are not kinked or damaged. Replace/
Check unit not excessively scaled up – De-scale (see relevant section).
Descale drain valve (E3) – remove and soak in descaling solution.