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Recommendations for a replacement for EP2000

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by scooby52, 14 Mar 2010.

  1. scooby52

    scooby52

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    Hi there,

    I currently have a Potterton EP2000 Programmer, which allows for separate control of the Central Heating and Hot Water, but only provides two timed periods, which apply every day - no distinction for the weekends.

    I am now looking for a new programmer so that we can have different programme set for the weekends. It would appear the EP2002 or 3002 or 6002 would all meet this need and use the same backplate as the EP2000, and at one website all three are the same price, so any reason why I shouldn't just pick the 6002 and get the most flexibility?

    Boiler is Worcester Bosch 19/24CBi, Honeywell V4073A 3 Way Valve, Siemens RAA02.1n Room Stat and Potterton PTT2 Tank stat (although one copper contact is damaged so may need to replace this as well)
     
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    D_Hailsham

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    No

    It will have to be replaced.

    The cylinder stat needs to make contact when it is calling for heat and when it is not. If no circuit when calling for heat the boiler will not light for HW only or HW and CH. If no circuit when HW is satisfied, CH only will not work.
     
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