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Worcester Greenstar 28i Junior; timer is losing time.

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Calum Morrison, 23 Jan 2019.

  1. Calum Morrison

    Calum Morrison

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    My mechanical timer has started losing time, meaning my heating is no longer coming on when I want it. I assume the timer unit is failing and needs replaced (or is it fixable?) and was wondering what my best options are? I'm tempted by something like a Nest to give me more remote control; can this be retrofitted to my boiler or do I need to remain with something basic?

    Any advice welcome!

    thanks

    Calum
     
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    yes you can fit a external clock such as nest etc
     
  3. Calum Morrison

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    Cool; is it easy enough to do?
     
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    It's been done before: See here.
     
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