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  1. This morning, no hot water for the first time...

    This morning, no hot water for the first time since fitting the evohome around a year ago. I've done all of the 'fixes' I've found on here but now my problem doesn't seem to have been covered, or I...
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    It seems that I may have sorted 'Zone 1 Kitchen'...

    It seems that I may have sorted 'Zone 1 Kitchen' (2 x HR92's set as multi-room).

    Following your advice, I set a high temperature demand and then removed the bodies of the HR92's and found that...
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    Thank you for your response. Q1. The locking...

    Thank you for your response.


    Q1. The locking latch is definitely set correctly. I can hear the HR92 moving but the temp doesn't change; it's as if the valve is stuck but it definitely isn't...
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    Evohome 'Newbie' Questions.

    Apologies if these are simple questions but I haven't been able to locate an answer whilst searching around here.


    Q1. Everything I've checked looks to be set right but my 'Zone 4 Study' shows a...
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    Thank you for the reply. So, there is some...

    Thank you for the reply. So, there is some misinformation on the Honeywell support site that I linked to? TBH, I've had more success with snippets of info from this forum than from the 'official'...
  6. So, in my particular case, my kitchen is quite...

    So, in my particular case, my kitchen is quite large and has two radiators. I did think that I had to have one of the HR92's as the sensor and actuator (the Master) and the second one as just an...
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    I've tried following this link...

    I've tried following this link which is similar to the last answer posted above, however, it always fails at the last step as when both HR92's are in binding mode it's case of 'fail' messages all...
  8. Excellent advice, thank you! Saved me lots of...

    Excellent advice, thank you! Saved me lots of time and head scratching. Now on to looking for answers to the other difficulties I'm having as a newbie. :confused:
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