Potterton is a well-known company that manufactures a wide variety of heating and cooling products. Potterton produces a variety of heating and cooling products, including boilers, furnaces, and air conditioners. Potterton makes a variety of different types of boilers, each one having its own unique set of features and capabilities.
Boilers are a kind of heating and cooling product that produces hot water or steam. They are suitable for a number of different applications. Potterton Promax boilers are known for being very durable and reliable. They are also extremely easy to use.
But Potterton boilers often give error codes, which are clearly visible on the boiler display. These error codes indicate that there is a problem with your boiler, and they can cause a variety of different problems. Some of the error codes that occur when Potterton boilers are running are listed below, along with some helpful tips on how to deal with them.
When a boiler that you own from Potterton suddenly stops working, an error code should appear on your boiler display. There are various codes that you will see that are designed to help your engineer diagnose and fix problems with your Potterton boiler. Always tell your engineer what fault code you have when you call them to arrange a repair.
It is possible that your boiler may have reached its maximum temperature in a hot water tank by a sudden error in its electronics or that a device that controls the heating, cooling and water supply has tripped.
Safety error for frequently losing flame while applying maximum flame control during the ignition function.
Failure of the light to come on could be a problem with the supply of gas. Check that you have enough gas by lighting a gas fire or using a gas cooker.
Elapsed time gas valve opens but no gas is provided (short request in a short time).
Wrong type of power supply that is required, or not meeting current requirements.
When modern boilers need to be reset, they display a fault code on their screen or they start to flash a red or green light on their display. This is because your boiler has detected something is wrong, and therefore it has stopped working. It may be that the pump or the air in the circuit has jammed or that the safety thermostat is faulty, or it may be that the safety valve has tripped or that the light on the boiler has stopped working.
Find a button that has a flame or a light that flashes when it clicks or when you press a button that has a cross written on it. This button should have a red or green light in it or have a button that says RESET. You should also find a detailed diagram in your boiler manual for the reset button for your particular model.
Hold the reset button down for 3 seconds before you release it. Resetting your boiler should cause your boiler to become fully operational again; it should have a flashing red or green light to indicate that your boiler has been reset correctly. If a fault code keeps showing or if the red light continues to flash, it is best to call an engineer.