Central Heating Upside Down!


Postby Y-Rag » Tue Nov 25, 2008 7:11 pm

Please Help!!
The central heating goes off at night and comes on during the day and heats and goes off at random times regardless of the actual temperature (which is brass monkey right now!).

Can a thermostat simply go berserk or could there be a more sinister explantion, and is there any inexpensive solution?
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Postby Steve the gas » Wed Nov 26, 2008 5:40 am

Hi,

What is the current time on your programmer/clock -- does it match the real current time?
You can manually override this.

Also need more info.

Hth
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Postby warren jeffery » Wed Nov 26, 2008 7:24 pm

[quote="Steve the gas"]Hi,

What is the current time on your programmer/clock -- does it match the real current time?
You can manually override this.

Also need more info.

Hth[/quote]
do you have a wireless programable room stat if so change the frequency to avoid interference
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Postby Y-Rag » Sun Dec 07, 2008 3:43 pm

thanks for your assitance
it transpires it was the motorised valve, I now have heating I cannot turn down but at least I'm not freezing!

cheers
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