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How To Repressurize Your Central Heating 

Last week I noticed that the central heating pressure gauge on our gas boiler was low.  I had recently bled some of the radiators and had not realized the need to repressurize the system after doing so (see here for a good explanation).  However, although the boiler user instruction manual mentioned the need to repessurize, it did not give any details on how to do it.  I even looked at the installation manual, but that was rather forbidding with all its warnings about requiring competent, qualified engineers.  I was just about to phone for a plumber when it occurred to me to do a search for a solution on the web.  To my delight I found a Youtube video which explained exactly what I needed to do: "Filling Boiler Worcester Greenstar combi". Thank you Abbey Mead Heating!

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