Recently my lounge radiator has been leaking loosing pressure to my combi boiler (problem fixed now). We had a really cold spell so i turned the temperature up on the boiler. Coming out of the boiler is a 15mm pipe which is channeled through the outside wall and bent downwards. I can't remeber the name of this pipe but i know its there for pessure overload and other problems with the boiler. If i turn my boiler on now, after a few hours water drips from this pipe. This has never happened before and i don't think anything should drip from this pipe. Is it due to the boiler being set at a higher temperature? Is the pressure too high, or should i just get a plumber in to service the boiler?
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