- 1 Frequently Asked Questions
- 1.1 General
- 1.2 The system has locked me out – how can I log back in?
- 1.3 How do I download/use the mobile app?
- 1.4 How do I reset my password?
- 1.5 My device does not show PDF files?
- 1.6 How do I get my business listed in the Directory?
- 1.7 Manual help and advice
- 1.8 On electrical testing what does C, NC, NO mean?
Frequently Asked Questions
The system has locked me out – how can I log back in?This is usually caused from too many attempts to enter your password (you are only allowed 3 attempts and then the system will lock the account for 15 minutes before you can try again).We cannot tell you your password as we are unable to get this – you have to reset yourself – please click this link and it will take you there:
How do I download/use the mobile app?The mobile app is available every time you browse the website from a mobile device (mobile phone or tablet). The application will show the content optimised for your mobile device.The app is a web mobile app. When you browse to the home page (https://boilerfaultfinder.com) you will automatically be taken into the application if you are using a mobile or tablet device. There is nothing to install. As long as you have internet connectivity (broadband / WIFI / 3G, etc.) you will be able to access the application. If you want the extra information held in the application you will need to register and pay £9.99 (which will include 100’s of boiler manuals online).Registration is easier when down via a desktop computer as it connects to PayPal for the payment.
How do I reset my password?
My device does not show PDF files?Some mobile devices will require you download an additional app in order to view PDF files. Go to your relevant ‘store’ (google store, apple store, etc.) and search for “pdf viewer”. The most compatible viewer app will be the one created by Adobe. Find this app and install it on your device. Once installed you should be able to view all the PDF files on this website.
How do I get my business listed in the Directory?
On electrical testing what does C, NC, NO mean?If you go to this page – “http://www.wikihow.com/Test-a-Relay” and scroll down you will see quite a few references to ‘C’, NC and NO. It relates to usage of multimeter settings.
Normally open = (NO)
Normally closed = (NC)
Closed = C
Hope it helps.
Manual help and advice