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    Default FAO Rob Warrington or any heating engineers

    Hi Rob

    I have took them pics ov my back boilers and the fire At last lol

    for those that can help also this is the situation, I have a a offset back boiler fire in At the moment i took the bottom plate off and it reads baxi bermuda LFE5 serial number 97-08-000285-237700-01-04

    Pics ov both back boilers I'm hoping the above serial number will fit my new inset fire (take out offset fire) put inset fire in and keep existing back boiler


    Bottom plate ov existing back boiler with codes ect

    http://emob1092.photobucket.com/albu...k/photo-14.jpg


    Same

    http://emob1092.photobucket.com/albu...k/photo-13.jpg


    Now this is the fire I want to put straigh in

    http://emob1092.photobucket.com/albu...k/photo-18.jpg

    http://emob1092.photobucket.com/albu...k/photo-17.jpg

    http://emob1092.photobucket.com/albu...k/photo-16.jpg

    http://emob1092.photobucket.com/albu...k/photo-15.jpg

    Thanks

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    hiya mate. I need gas council numbers or gc number the boiler you have now should start 44 and be 7 numbers long. And also give me the gc of the fire should start 37 then I'll have a look if the fire will fit your boiler. Ta

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    Sorry I've just looked at one of the pics again and can see the gc number on the fire. Just need the one on the boiler if you can get it. Ta

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob warrington View Post
    Sorry I've just looked at one of the pics again and can see the gc number on the fire. Just need the one on the boiler if you can get it. Ta
    Hiya mate

    I'm at work at the moment would this other number be next to the egnition switch ? I'm not too sure where to look as it's pretty limited under there when I take the little plate off

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    Hiya mate. I'm not sure tbh, there should be a data badge on the bottom with burner pressures etc and the gc number should be on that. Ta

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    Arnt they on the first pics the first pics are the plate that i took off (my fire that I have in now) lol it's confusing lol

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