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What is the Baxi boiler e20 fault / error code?

5 Answers

Answered by G Potts Plumbing & Heating Ltd

14th June 2020

G Potts Plumbing & Heating Ltd answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e20 fault / error code?"

E20 relates to a heating sensor fault, sometimes this can be reset using the left hand control knob. If you are getting this fault code on a regular basis it is advisable to get the boiler checked over and the sensor replaced by a gas safe engineer as eventually it will fail and may not reset.

Answered by BoilerOne

24th May 2019

BoilerOne answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e20 fault / error code?"

A Baxi boiler with an error code of e20 relates to a central heating thermistor sensor fault, by having this thermistor sensor replaced it would normally clear the fault. The cables to this sensor should also be checked for wear. BoilerOne recommend you consult a gas safe registered engineer to diagnose the problem.

Answered by Bells Heating & Gas

8th April 2019

Bells Heating & Gas answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e20 fault / error code?"

E20 fault is a Central Heating Thermistor fault. Sometimes a sensor may need replaced to clear this fault. This can only be done by a gas safe engineer & strongly recommend that you do not do this repair yourself as it can cause danger not only you but to others as well. It can also void your boilers warranty.

Answered by Landlord & Homeowner Gas Services

22nd February 2019

Landlord & Homeowner Gas Services answered the question "What is the Baxi boiler e20 fault / error code?"

Hi, I’m Greg from Landlord & Homeowner Gas Services and I’m happy to answer this question for you. The E20 fault on a Baxi boiler is likely due to a flow NTC sensor fault The likely causes are a short circuit or an open circuit Hope this helps Kind regards Greg Landlord & Homeowner Gas Services

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