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martinmonty

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Hi all trying to find a part of for my alde 3010 boiler it's were the hot water comes out with a breather plpe a plactic tee peice I looked on veriouse places I think the design as changed can someone help please yours Martin
 

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Might not be an Alde part. Trip down to plumbers merchant might solve it. You need to know how its fastened to the Alde pipe and what size it is. Our water system uses push fit fittings for the pipes.
 
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As you say I think it has changed to this part,it contains a non return valve to allow air in when draining the boiler,as @Steve and Denise has said phone Alde to be 100% sure and whether you need to change anything else 01933 677765 (y)

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martinmonty

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Thank you! All I will get this sorted we are in Spain at this moment martin

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To keep you going you should be able to buy a simple 12mm push fit elbow.
Remove the existing valve and fit the elbow.
It will need the proper one but an elbow will do for now and stop the leak.
 

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I think the Truma one is the same, but it’s plastic.
 
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martinmonty

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Hi all thank you for your help I made a temporary repair using nylon string and mastic a good quality mastic thank you all again this is what it looks like a bit of a mess but I believe it will work temporarily
 

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martinmonty

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Hi all this repair job did not work so I removed the tee hot water outlet and air inlet tube and just inserted the hot water pipe into the outlet tube will not be using the hot water or the boiler just to keep the water running around cold water ECT do you think this is OK in the meantime will phone ALde to get part shipped out

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