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Anyone read this book

Hello, I am a single parent and a homeowner and was wondering has anyone tried this ebook. Thank you

Fault Finding Boilers Made Simple eBook: Thomas Nwafor: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store
 
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Hi Zoe,

I haven't... and doubt somehow that many, if any, here have.

From what I can see in the description, it is geared mainly toward the 'Combi' type of boiler that are heavily used in Europe, and not here in North America. While some of the basics may still apply I'm not sure it would be a big help.

What make/model of boiler do you own?

Are you having troubles now?
 
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What kind of boilers are used in the USA? Don,t boilers work on the same principles. I am an amateur, but I thought they were pretty much similar. Would someone from Europe be able to fix a boiler in USA or Canada? Sorry for all the questions.
 
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Yeah, the same principle, you burn fuel, heat water, send it through the pipes.

The so-called 'combi' units have everything jam packed into a little box that usually hangs on the wall. They also make domestic hot water with them. Of course boilers in North America can make hot water too.

I am not familiar with the combi units myself, but I do know that they are different enough that the e-book might not be all that helpful to you.

What make/model of boiler do you own?

Are you having troubles now?
 
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