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Removing a tado (moving home)

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by MikeD79, 25 Sep 2021.

  1. MikeD79

    MikeD79

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    Hi, I want to take my tado with me to a new home and need help wiring a new thermostat.

    I have bought a Drayton RTSI 2400i to replace the tado (hope it’s right!!)

    I’ve uploaded a pic of the tado wiring, the back of the Drayton (which only has N L Call for heat and earth), I also added the old thermostat prior to the tado just in case.

    thanks in advance
     

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  2. CBW

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    You need a Neutral for the Drayton, which looking at the Tado wiring, you do not have. You can get 2 wire thermostat’s including a similar of the one you have, a Drayton RTS8, or a battery operated one (any brand).
     
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  4. RandomGrinch

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    Honest question - why not leave it for the next occupant?
    It's only £100ish?
     
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  5. MikeD79

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    Thanks CBW I’ll take a look.

    randomgrinch I considered it but I’ve invested a fair few quid in tado so would prefer to take it rather than have to buy another starter kit
     
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    Early tado bridges do not need to pay the subscription at all.
     
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