Not sure how they were checking for leaks but they obviously didn’t find it.Thanks again @mmi.
Checked again this morning with ignition on only. 18 degrees and 2 bar.
If yours is normal then mine is running with 50 percent pressure so looking most likely I do have a slow leak from somewhere.
This might explain why it worked fine after being regassed a few months ago.
They did a pressure check at the time before refilling which came back OK but if it takes a few months to lose pressure maybe the 5 or 10 minute check they did wouldn't detect it.
I've seen some leak sealing regas/refil options on the net but don't fancy putting that in the system in case it causes other problems down the line.
Think I just need to get it booked in somewhere to look at. Anyone any suggestions in the Hull area other than main dealers?
No sense having a regular regas again if it's just going to do the same in a few months.
Don't know why the fan doesn't kick in though......
There are units like this that can locate the gas leak, others are available; 0563 3163 | Testo 438A, CFCs, HCFCs, HFCs, R134a, R-22, R-404A, R-410A, R-507 Handheld Refrigerant Leak Detector | RS Components
There are also units that detect ultrasound, very sensitive to any leaking gaseous fluid, others are available; FS.LKC.001(-01) | SDT Ultrasound Solutions LEAKChecker Ultrasonic Leak Detector, 160x128 Display | RS Components
I’m certainly not suggesting you buy them, just indicating that it’s a specialist field and some might be better at it than others!