Probably an entirely dumb question, but if you get a chemical flush done as part of a new boiler installation, should it flush your condensate pipe as well as the rest of the system?
Context: after an install from a firm that says they do a chemical flush, I've had no end of problems due to a blocked condensate pipe that the new boiler is much more sensitive to than the old one was - of course it's not the firm's fault that my condensate pipe was blocked (unbeknown to me), but I basically just want to check that they did what they said they did in terms of flushing my system.
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