A few months ago we moved into a house with underfloor heating in the bathroom.
It doesn't seem to be working, and we want to know if we're just being stupid (misunderstanding controls), or if there's a fault we can perhaps trace ourselves before calling an electrician.
Its MCB switch in the consumer unit is on. The thermostat itself is on, but appears not to be functioning. (Whatever we set it to, the floor remains cold, and there are no lights on the device itself.)
It's a plain dial - no display or name on it, but it resembles this one:
Google "leafcutterdesign.co.uk/standard-thermostat-5260-p-246.html" (In fact it's identical to this, except for the absence of the thermonet logo - er, and the absence of a little red light....)
If it's relevant, we also have gas central heating, with a functioning heated towel rail in the bathroom. That system has its own thermostat downstairs. We also have underfloor heating in the kitchen, with a thermostat of a different design - which works.
Of course, we could contact the previous owners for tips, but I thought it marginally less embarrassing to ask here first... :oops: