What is the Baxi boiler e130 fault / error code?
Answered by Stour Valley Plumbing
10th September 2019
Stour Valley Plumbing answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e130 fault / error code?"
E130 Fault code on a Baxi indicates a flue fault, all the homeowner can do is ensure the flue on the outside of the property is not blocked by debris or vegetation. If flue is clear outside a Gas Engineer will be required to fix, the flue inside the boiler has a sensor, this will be triggered if the flue gas passing it is too hot or if the sensor is faulty
Answered by BoilerOne
24th May 2019
BoilerOne answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e130 fault / error code?"
A Baxi boiler with an error code of e130 relates to a flue fault, checks to be made could be we the flue terminal, are there any restrictions to the flue, it should be completely visible and clear from any overgrown hedges plants etc, if this is ok we recommend you consult a gas safe registered engineer to diagnose the problem.
Answered by S3 Heating and Plumbing
28th February 2019
S3 Heating and Plumbing answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e130 fault / error code?"
E130 is an error with the flue system of the boiler. The flue gets rid of the dangerous gases produced by the boiler during the combustion process. There are many reasons this error would come up. The first thing to check is that the flue terminal outside hasn't been blocked, for example a carrier bag blown onto the flue by wind would cause the gases to back up and cause the error. Also a common problem is the window cleaner using the flue to dry his cloths! If the flue is not blocked externally then a qualified heating engineer will be required to check the flue components for internal blockages or faulty sensors.
Answered by MasterGas Heating & Plumbing
16th February 2019
MasterGas Heating & Plumbing answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e130 fault / error code?"
This usually results in a problem with the Flue system, it could be a faulty Flue overheat sensor, or a working sensor getting high temperature Flue gas readings. First check would be to check the Flue outlet outside to make sure it’s not blocked (Bushes/birds/debris) Otherwise if nothing obvious there, then a Gas Safe registered engineer will need to attend to diagnose and test the internal components.