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  1. thank you very much for your help. Still going through reporting the engineer at fault but YourRepair seem to have come good.
  2. update - YourRepair have brought in a Worcester boiler engineer who has replaced the ruined parts and the boiler is now working
  3. it's just typical isn't it? She's probably spent hundreds and hundreds of pounds through the years on boiler cover and never had any problems and when she moved to a new provider, the problems start.
  4. good idea. She's always used these boiler plans but has recently switched over to YourRepair as they were cheaper. So it's been serviced every year of its life
  5. this one shouldnt have name and address - can you remove the other one please? thank youYourRepair Contract.pdf
  6. We've had one quote from the 3rd company that has seen it - £2,300. Waiting for other quotes.
  7. ok. Surely if YourRepair are going to the trouble of getting the manufacturers out to try and fix it, both parties must think there is still life to be had out of it? Or is that a possible red herring?
  8. the life expectancy is 12-15 years according to Google!
  9. I need some advice please for my mum (she's 85), sorry this post is long but have put as much detail as I can. My mum has a boiler cover plan with YourRepair. It covers annual servicing. The boiler is about 12 years old and has been working fine. The service was carried out last week – YourRepair subcontracts the work to local plumbers. The engineer came last Tuesday. Whatever work he did resulted in the boiler pressure showing low and he reported 3 faults, saying he didn’t have any authorisation to fix anything but that the boiler was in a safe co
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