MoneyMate wrote: »
Controls behind a new magnetic flap – The flap opening mechanism on the front of the
boiler has been upgraded, from a push/push mechanism, to a magnetic catch. This design
ensures easier opening of the flap and greater security, which is particularly important
when your customer wishes to alter their individual settings.
kieatky wrote: »
Isn't the cover on the control panel simply clipped at either side and therefor should easily pull off? If however you're referring to the entire plastic panel housing the actual controls then that's different. In order to remove the control panel the outer case has to be removed. However, I believe the outer case is a sealed unit and unless you have the relevant competency and test equipment to reseal it then I wouldn't even consider removing it.
From the Worcester literature -FITTINGS AND MODIFICATIONS:Only a competent engineer in accordance with the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations can remove the outer case and carry out any work.
Do not remove the outer casing.
Any misuse or unauthorised modifications to the boiler, flue or associated components and system will
invalidate the warranty
cajef wrote: »
Look under the bottom of the door there are two long plastic pins that go into the door hinge that can be removed, depending how much room there is to access them it may mean removing the case.
southcoastrgi wrote: »
most people want to hide the controls so I'm not really sure why you want to see them, they shouldn't need altering on a regular basis
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