Sorry, I had to walk away from it yesterday as it was getting on my nerves.
So I left it on last night for around an hour, and it did eventually...
Sorry I'm a bit lost there. Where's the link between LR and LS?
Sorry I meant the terminal strips in the above images. Theres no other thermostat. There was a gravity system in initially but that's long gone.
So the black at the boiler is the yellow at the receiver (joins up in the JB)
Right OK, that's what I've done and the central heating is on perm. Thanks for your help so far, but any other ideas?
I've just traced the blue wire back and it does indeed go to Neutral
The Yellow wire that I have in 3 in the receiver goes to LR in the boiler....
I put the unused blue wire to N. I've tried disconnected that, and once I done that the whole system was dead.
Sorry, I really have spent about an hour looking online for the answer and just can't find anything.
Boiler = Worcester Greenstar 28i (dial/timer...
Thanks for taking the time to look.
I've got a pretty average house, but I'm looking at some advice before I get quotes later this week.
Ignore all these moaning old b*****ds
They don't like new people.
Good on you for trying to start a new career.
You need to bite the...
Get up into your loft. have a look at your cystern... see if there are any slight blockages in the feed
When did tracpipe get so cheap???
40 metres of tracpipe would be about £300-400
Yes there is a difference.
Two pipe is better.
You can work on any non-gas part of the boiler yourself.
Personally if I was Tony/Agile now I would stay well clear.
Can you not drill out and go into your drain?
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If you're letting him hang it then I too recommend using a boiler with a jig.
You can pipe upto that yourself. Ya can then connect it all, and...
It'll be fine. However the more copper, the better.
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