Turned the heating on this evening. After a while, I'm still chilly. Boiler's been reading just above the low pressure cut-off point all day so checked the boiler again. Sure enough, it's reading a low pressure warning, and because it's a combi boiler, that means I have no heating, and no fire. Phoned the landlord to report the fault, greeted the woman by saying I wanted to report the fault. . . Here's what happened next: Woman: So what's the fault? Me: The boiler's reading a low pressure warning Woman: But it's still working? :blink: :glare: I resisted the urge to be sarcky and say "Of course - it's working fine. I just phoned you up at 7:00 at night and dialled the Report a Repair button just so I could have a chat with you about boilers and what the low pressure warning actually means" :mad2: : Anyway someone's coming around tomorrow to fix it. I'm more worried about the dogs than I am about myself, because it's supposed to be lows of 2*C tonight. I have my winter duvet on so I'll be fine and I've got a halogen heater out to hopefully keep M&M warm during the night.