Potterton EP2002, PR2 to Tado Wireless starter kit v3+

That is the reason why we call these systems open vent, mention the word gravity and people set programmers to gravity, which as you well know is wrong, just a way of letting people know what you actually have mate, wasnt being critical in any way

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OK so 1 to HW NO

And how about HW NC as per the Tado instruction?
 

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So I’m guessing that the HW NC connection is for the wired thermostat (PR2) which isn’t needed so I can replace with Tado thermostat..?
 
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NC means normally closed which would equate to off.
NO means normally open or on
So 1 on the potterton would go to HW NC (HW off)
3 to HW NO (HW on)
And 4 to CH NO (CH on)
The opposite of what you put before.
 
As per - “3 to HW NO (HW on)”

3 from the EP = CH OFF ? So just wondering how you have it going to HW NO as you said it
was ON when you have HW On in brackets

Should the wiring not be as such-

1 to HW NC (HW Off)
3 to CH NC (CH Off)
4 to CH NO (CH On)

Many Thanks
B
 
Got the Tado receiver wired up and working.

Both CH and HW working independently too.

Appreciate the support!

Regards
B
 
Hi B,
I am happy for you you made it through now it is my turn and seems mine is more complicated as there are more wires connected.
Do you happen to have or remember how did you manage to wire tado?
 

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Hi B,
I am happy for you you made it through now it is my turn and seems mine is more complicated as there are more wires connected.
Do you happen to have or remember how did you manage to wire tado?
you need to start your own post , it is against site rules to Hi-Jack an existing post it just gets too confusing and you wont get the correct information
 

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