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What does f13 mean on a boiler?

F13 is a boiler fault code. It indicates a PCB (main) connection failure due to wiring, or connections. This might occur as a result of a high central heating temperature (exceeding 95 degrees C), due to system failure or possible pump failure. The thermometer must be checked in the flow.

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