Why is my Baxi boiler making loud vibrating noises?
Answered by Ignite Facilities Ltd
18th August 2020
Ignite Facilities Ltd answered the question "Why is my Baxi boiler making loud vibrating noises?"
A lot depends upon its age and what moving parts are found within. A vibration is commonly down to a rotating or moving part such as a fan or pump. It may seem a small problem to have but this shows a sign of the part in question failing so should be addressed sooner rather than later, these things always fail at the wrong time.
Answered by Alf's Gas Ltd
10th August 2019
Alf's Gas Ltd answered the question "Why is my Baxi boiler making loud vibrating noises?"
There could be any number of reasons why your Baxi boiler is making loud vibrating noises. Likely causes could be faulty pump, faulty fan, incorrect gas pressure, poor combustion, dirty system water. Our advice would be to switch off the boiler and get it checked by a gas safe registered engineer.
Answered by Matthews Heating Ltd
6th May 2019
Matthews Heating Ltd answered the question "Why is my Baxi boiler making loud vibrating noises?"
This is a hard one to give a correct answer to as it could be a pump issue inside the boiler if it is a combi/system boiler or be due to age and the cleanliness of the system causing the boiler to kettle. Could also be a fan issue or ignition There for I would strongly recommend that the boiler/ heating system is looked at by a Gas Safe registered engineer/company.
Answered by CV Plumbers and Heating
9th February 2019
CV Plumbers and Heating answered the question "Why is my Baxi boiler making loud vibrating noises?"
Depending on the model, the Baxi duotec and baxi platinum are a bit noisy, as they are not very well insulated. Saying that they are some of the best boilers Baxi manufactured in the last 10 years or so. If you are concerned about your boiler try to book a Gas Safe registered engineer to carry out a safety check. Regular seevicing on gas appliances is recommended.