I recently moved in to a new home and one of the first things I had to do was bleed lots of air out of radiators and top up the central heating system as the pressure was very low (<0.8 bar). I didn't think much of it at the time, thinking that because the boiler is in a hard to reach place and the previous owners were elderly, that the issue had gone unnoticed over a long time.
However, since topping up the pressure has dropped again (over the course of 10 days). I've noticed a small drip at the bottom of the boiler, near to where the cold water supply connects. Presumably this is the root of the issue...I've not found any other leaks.
Can anyone give a rough idea of what this might cost to repair? It's quite an old boiler (~2005...2010?) so unless it's a relatively simple and cheap fix I fear it's may be more economical to replace the boiler entirely.
Photo of the leak is attached. Boiler is a Worcester Bosch 35CDi II combi.