Could boiler diverter fault result in my lower gas bill?
I have a combi boiler that has a diverter error, I have rebooted it several times and it comes back.
I do not have any heating on so I am surprised it makes any difference to the cost but the symptoms are that the water does not get hot the way it used to, it takes time and I need to turn the flow down to get it consistent.
Like most people I am cutting back on my use of gas to save money but since I had this problem my gas usage seems about a third of what it was. This could be because of the measures I am taking but is there any chance that the diverter error is saving me money?
I am reluctant to get it fixed if that will make it cost more.
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