Why is Worcester Highflow 440 losing pressure rapidly?

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Hawksmoor

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Hi all - ideas needed! Worcester Highflow 440 LPG combi - 2008. Has been working fine, still does work fine, but now is losing all pressure over the course of two or three days. No sign of leaks, nothing from condensate overflow, no liquid from flue, expansion vessel pressure OK at .75 bar - and loses pressure even with the heating circuit isolated. Any ideas on what I can check out now?? Thank you!
 

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Losing pressure on the heating side or the water side.

How do you know there's not a leak?

Sounds like an air bubble.
 
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