Honeywell motorised valve: manual override switch

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Found the other day that I was getting HW but no CH.
I was able to get things working by moving the lever on my Honeywell 2-way valve into manual override mode.
Just checking that it is OK to leave it like this for a couple of weeks. I will be limited to HW+CH mode only. But that is no hardship as I can use the immersion heater for HW only.
 
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Depending on the controls of your system, you may only get heating whilst your hot water is in demand because the manual lever does not operate the microswitch.. A synchron motor is cheap and easily fitted.
 

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