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Is my timeswitch faulty?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by goofy gorilla, 13 May 2019.

  1. goofy gorilla

    goofy gorilla

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    Well it's nearly 7.30 pm..the timer hasn't switched the boiler on..strange..?
     
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  3. How do you control your heating temperature, via the boiler? Press the top 2 buttons at the same time, will need to do it twice (first time wakes it up). If it has S.30 you have a room stat.
     
  4. goofy gorilla

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    Yes via the boiler. I don't have a room stat..I control the heating via the timer on the boiler..I have nothing else..I prefer this way..
     
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  5. So did you press the 2 buttons?
     
  6. So because you have no room thermostat, your boiler stat maybe at temperature.
     
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    Yes , some menu came up, pressure, installers menu, etc..nothing I saw about s30?
     
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  9. You have to press them both at the same time, it should give you the status of the boiler. If it’s not your time switch, and you have no room stat then I’d be looking towards your boiler temperature setting. What happens when you remove the timeswitch, does the heating come on?
     
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    Yes i did press them together, I get see pic..I havnt tried removing the switch to see if heating comes on..is it suppose to or not? 20190529_190444.jpg
     
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  11. It should come on if you remove the timeswitch, but in that pic if you look in the top left you have s.31, and states summer operation. Try the boiler temperature press the button on top right when back to normal mode, see what temp set to, if it’s to set temp, then it will not come on.
     
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    If you took the above photo @ 5.07 am then the clock is correct.
    Assuming the photo was taken @ 17.07 then the clock is either 12 hours fast or 12 hours slow.
     
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  13. Well spotted, hadn’t seen it on that one :eek:
     
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