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Replacing Honeywell CM927 with Nest-E

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Sarah Harte, 13 Sep 2020.

  1. Sarah Harte

    Sarah Harte

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    Help!
    So, we got a free Nest E from our electricity supplier, and want to install it to replace or wireless Honeywell thermostat.

    I’ve found other posts that say that for the ‘posh’ Nest , wire A on the Honeywell goes into 2 on the Nest Heat Link and that wire B goes into 3, with the L and N going into corresponding L and N on the Nest heat link.
    The trouble is, the heat link for the Nest-E doesn’t have a L, N, 2 or 3!!
    The options we have are C, NO, FP, OT1 and OT2.

    All help gratefully received, thank you.
     

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    Switch the power off first - some of those wires are at 230V even when the heating isn't on.

    Red and yellow connect to C and NO. The other terminals are not used.

    The blue and black wires are not required, but MUST be put into their own separate insulated connectors.
     
  4. Sarah Harte

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    Thanks Flameport, but surely that’s way too easy? I thought, looking at the diagrams that might be the case, but assumed I was missing something! Thanks again.
     
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