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WiFi thermostat install

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Dino Felisberto, 18 Mar 2019.

  1. Dino Felisberto

    Dino Felisberto

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    image.jpg image.jpg Hi there, I’m looking to replace my old analog thermostat with a new WiFi one I bought however I will need to do a little rewiring and some help would be very welcomed. I only have 2 wires for the old thermostat so I will need to relocate and rewire. Can anyone help as to what wires should go where. Thank you
     
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    Hi Dino

    You have made this post twice and I have commented on the other thread here.

    For future reference, it is against the forum rules to make duplicate posts, as you may end up with two confusing threads running on the same subject. It also wastes time as someone may take the time and effort to provide information that has already been given by someone else.
     
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    Dino Felisberto

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    I didn’t know where it would be best to post it that’s why it was in more than one and as it happens I got help much faster that way. Didn’t realise it was against the rules but now I know. Once again thank you for your help
     
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    Blimey...I've just noticed that it's even worse than that! You had actually posted the same question 3 times, and had already had received the answer you wanted....so I did waste my time....It would have been courteous if you had posted at the bottom of the other two threads that you had already received the help you required.
     
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