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Devireg Underfloor Heating

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by fudge2604, 18 Nov 2016.

  1. fudge2604

    fudge2604

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    Hi,

    Have just turned on my electric underfloor heating controlled by a Devireg 550 stat, it heated up for a day since then nothing. The thermostat is on and the display is working and showing no error codes. I have checked all the wiring and everything is connected OK and I haven't screwed or nailed anything to the floor since last year which may have damaged the mat.

    All I can think is that the Devireg is faulty and needs replacing but thought I would post here to see if anyone has had similar before I spend nearly £100 on a replacement stat,

    Thanks
     
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    Do you have a multimeter??

    The first step is to check the resistance of the probe and the element to see if they are still working!

    There is a fault finding guide in the user instructions that tells you the steps to go through.

    user guide
     
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    Don't know make, it came from TopsTiles. This year switched on to test, thought it was not working, then realised it was, not sure what was going on, there is a tell tail light to show calling for heat which was on. I am guessing it has been driving out moisture? it is in a wet room so tiles often wet. It has never been much good, some day I will use a clamp-on meter and measure. But it has always been a bit of a white elephant so would not spend to fix it.
     
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