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Baxi bermuda G.F. Super Gas fire

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Andy, Thanks for your reply and advice.
Yes it is a flat plate as you suggest! and the flame around the t'couple is smaller than the rest of the plate, so maybe the t'couple is just not getting hot enough although it is in the flame!. i shall also try DIYnot.com

Cheers Ian

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  • Ian Ollerenshaw
    Ian Ollerenshaw Member Posts: 4
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    Baxi burmuda G.F. Super Gas fire

    Hi, hope someone can help,
    I have a Baxi Bermuda G.F. Super Gas fire which i can not get to light.
    The pilot will ignite OK but i cannot get the main burner on.
    I thought i needed to replace the Thermocouple which i have done, but still cannot get it to fire up. not sure what to do next??

    Thanks in anticipation, Ian
  • Andy Byrnes
    Andy Byrnes Member Posts: 42
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    Hi Ian
    This site is used by American and Canadian Heating engineers. You will be best visiting DIYnot.com.

    By the way the burner on that type of fire is like a flat plate with small drillings for the flames. The holes around the thermocouple are probably blocked. I would suggest getting it serviced.

    Cheers Andy.

  • Brad White_9
    Brad White_9 Member Posts: 2,440
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    Ian

    Ian, this site is used by American and Canadian heating engineers, sure, but that is the least of it. Homeowners, contractors, installers and designers and others of all stripes and from many countries find a place here. Stick around if you are so inclined. Some may be able to help. Maybe not.

    Cheers,

    Brad
  • Ron Schroeder
    Ron Schroeder Member Posts: 998
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    Not familliar with

    your peticular heater but those units all use saftey switches to prevent startup if an unsafe condition is present. It would be wise to contact a professional familliar with ths type of unit.
  • Ian Ollerenshaw
    Ian Ollerenshaw Member Posts: 4
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    Thanks Bruce, i think i will get it serviced! just thought if it was a t'couple, it would be easy to replace myself!

    Cheers
    ian
  • Ian Ollerenshaw
    Ian Ollerenshaw Member Posts: 4
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    Brad, Thanks for your reply and warm welcome.

    Cheers Ian
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