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Diverter valve - question about changing

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Cactusweasel, 5 Apr 2004.

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    Cactusweasel

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    Hi there,

    We have a simple radiator/hot water cylinder system with a 3 port valve and a diverter valve on it (please excuse me if I am getting all the terms wrong here, im no plumber!). At present the diverter valve is knackered, the hot water and radiators are not running independantly - the valve itself is clicking away and everytime we need hot water, we get cooked!

    Anyway, what I want to know is this: the diverter valve we have at the moment is a Danfoss one, however at my workplace, we have some Honeywell ones knocking about - is it possible to whip off the danfoss one and put a honeywell one on? Whats involved with this, is it as simple as changing the diverter and rewiring, or does the entire 3 port valve to which it is attached, have to be changed also?

    Many thanks,
     
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