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How to fit a nest 3rd generation to esi controls ?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Davidl66, 26 Jan 2017.

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    IMG-20170124-WA0009.jpg IMG-20170124-WA0010.jpg I know how to install a nest 3 on standard s plan or y plan ect. But what throws me off is the new esi controls they have in new build anyone know how to get past this and install ? Any advice would be appreciated.
     
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    It's the same as with any other wiring centre. The only difference is that some of the connections are on plugs rather than individual wires into terminals, supposedly to make it easier to install.
    In this case someone still managed to make a dogs dinner of the installation.
     
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    Problem I find is the wiring centre I have there has one wire coming into the room stat side of pcb.

    And what if customer wanted it as a wired installation ?
     
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    Just follow the connections marked on the board. I've done several like this and it's perfectly simple
     
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