Combi with no heating control - wireless room stat .....

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it's my 2nd question but if anyone could help I'd be grateful please....

I have a combi boiler (worcester junior) but with no heating control, just do it manually on the boiler at the moment. It had a worcester digistat (wireless) but that fell off the wal bracket and now doesn't work :(

I'd like to fit a nice new decemt wireless room stat and receiver -there are a few out there - can anyone recommend me a good quality one?
 
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Honeywell CM927. Do a search on the forum and you'll find loads of info on this unit.
 
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ok thanks for that help. I'll check it out. It can be wired to my combi easily then? Will the receiver just be on a bracket?
 
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Yes, CM927 good choice.

If you have already had a wireless stat wired in, then wiring the new receiver should just be a case of making same connections as the old one. The boiler manual may also give instructions.

Basically, 4 wires. 240V L and N supply to run the receiver, and 2 wires for switching.

The stat/transmitter can be placed on a table, etc as it has a stand, or can be fixed to a wall.
 
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thanks for your advice mate.

basically l n and e to receiver (can also take from same spur that supplies boiler and is close to it) - and l and sl from boiler to receiver) ?
 
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