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Servicing Advice for Baxi Duo-Tec 24he

Postby sjswood68 » Tue Oct 08, 2019 3:53 pm

I moved into my property 4 years ago and think it's about time to give my boiler some TLC. I'm guessing it's around 10 years old and not likely to have been serviced by the previous owner who was sub-letting.
Bearing in mind the lack of previous servicing I'm wondering if as well as a general service & power flush it would be worth replacing some key parts as future insurance.
What parts should I consider replacing and how much is it worth spending on an old boiler rather than having a new one fitted?
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