2 port valve colour

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by whyme!, 5 Oct 2016.

  1. whyme!

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    Could someone please confirm the orange is the 5th cable up? on mine it looks a dark brown
     

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    Looks orange to me
     
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    5th one up is orange. The brown one is... well, the brown one.
     
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    must just be me then but to me one looks beige one looks dark brown but means i have those connected correctly
     
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    Where are you terminating the white core?
     
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    He isnt he has just cut it ha ha
     
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    White core terminal 9 pump live and linked to terminal 4 for terminal 4 of ST9420C CH ON
    Won't cut anything on those valves, barely long enough as they are ;)
    Might ditch the wiring centre though and use some Wagos instead
     

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