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I'm one of those unlucky people who has no luck with boilers. I've lived in 3 houses in 12 years and gone through 6 new combi boilers. I can't remember what all of them were called but the ones I had the most trouble with were all Baxi. Touch wood, my latest one has given me no trouble since I had it installed 3 years ago...it's a Worcester.
One that has been correctly installed, correctly commisioned, and serviced annually. Regardless of make !!! They are only as good as the person who fit it. Having said that I would avoid the cheap nasty ones you get from DIY outlets. They are not very well thought of in the trade. and not very reliable
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Vaillant are fantastic boilers, they are extremely reliable, BUT can be a pain if they do go wrong as most CORGI reg engineers find them a bit of a pain to fix as they are very complex - having said that though, I have very rarely come across a Vaillant that has gone wrong, they are robust, sturdy boilers.