Then simply wait until Monday and sue her if it blows up.I've already spoken to my landlady about it and she has been round to look at it and agreed to call someone out on Monday. She won't do anything about it till Monday.
So you do have hot water and your baby will survive until Monday!We aren't using it we are boiling the kettle. Luckily we have a powershower to fill out sons bath till monday and I can take his clothes to my parents to wash
Still sucks tho
Get a dish of water, open a vent on a radiator and drop let it run water out until the pressure drops down to 1.5milibar for starters.
Secondly the bit with the blue valve is the cold feed to the boiler, chances are this valve might be choked with lime or something, so when its open, its not completely letting water pass. When the hole becomes smaller, the water pressure increases, much like putting your thumb on the end of a hose...
this makes the pipe vibrate. If they arent clipped well , they will shake like hell and make a very loud noise.
Boilers very rarely "blow up" infact, they almost never do. On a boiler ignition there is a flame sensor, the gas valve opens to let a small amount of gas through to the pilot, the pilot then lights against a thermocouple/flame sensor. When the gas valve knows there is a flame, it will then open the main gas to the burner.
in some circumstances you will get explosive ignition, where the gas/air mix might be dodgy, and the gas takes longer than it should to light.
It's likely there are a couple of plumbers on here that would give some good advice, or a few people who are competent with things like this. This is totally different to spec me a desert.