Fitting Themostatic Radiator Valves

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Is fitting a tvr(or rather several) something I can do or do I need a plumber? I've read you mustn't have one in the same room as the wall thermostat, that you must have one radiator without one to keep some flow or something in case all of the valves are shut.My bathroom radiator always comes on when the hot water is on even when the cental heating is off so I assume I shouldn't put one on this. When I looked at one in the shop it said something about flushing the system. I have searched the web but haven't found any info. Can anyone help? Many thanks if you can. Janet
 
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Nothing wrong with thermostatic valves but if people would calculate heat losses before purchasing correct radiator sizes they could save some money.
Easy replacement job. If you loose central heating water do not forget correct inhibitor.
 

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