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  1. I am sure you will find 65C no different,...

    I am sure you will find 65C no different, although with the current weather it wonít be on! My maximum kW for CH remains set at 6.4kW but I canít go lower - you can! During colder months it was never...
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    I had something similar when a room was decorated...

    I had something similar when a room was decorated and the decorator caught the HR92 on a radiator. It showed the temperature in the room at 35c as did the Panel. It wasn't of course. I tried to...
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    Indeed it is. If you look ate the wiring diagram...

    Indeed it is. If you look ate the wiring diagram in your instruction manual it shows the connection point for the two wires from the Openthermbridge assuming you are using the Honeywell Bridge. There...
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    I suppose the HR92s are never going to cause me...

    I suppose the HR92s are never going to cause me much anxiety. I am usually awake and up before the heating fires up. If it is cold enough (below 17.5c at present) in my lounge I hear them operate at...
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    You get used to the noise although I have never...

    You get used to the noise although I have never found it intrusive. I had a new boiler installed a few months ago. Much much quieter, you can barely hear it running at times but the noise as it fired...
  6. Obviously enjoying yourself. When you add DHW you...

    Obviously enjoying yourself. When you add DHW you find that you need to unpair the relay for the CH first, then set up the DHW sensor and pair its relay to the panel, then add back the CH relay. I...
  7. Viessmann was one of my options when looking for...

    Viessmann was one of my options when looking for a new boiler three months ago Viessmann recommended an approved installer who is about 10 minutes away from me and said he could quote but never did...
  8. A long time ago we were told of a firmware update...

    A long time ago we were told of a firmware update and eventually most on this forum have probably now got it. But there were also indications that the app was to be updated and even the long awaited...
  9. No problems here in the north of England. Not...

    No problems here in the north of England. Not that the indicated temperature is correct mind you, but that is normal.
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    From what I read it seems to me the best thing to...

    From what I read it seems to me the best thing to do is ignore Eco mode and if you want to adjust temperature up or down, do so in the app for whatever period you want. Eco mode is not then left on...
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    [QUOTE=keylevel;45600]But that's not how it has...

    [QUOTE=keylevel;45600]But that's not how it has been for the past 5 years! This has only started since my Evotouch was updated QUOTE]


    I think you have answered your query. Eco mode as we now...
  12. That reset does not last long and you have to do...

    That reset does not last long and you have to do it again. Itís a pain. I donít bother now as it is a worthless exercise. My panel starts bleeping within 5 minutes of being off the mount. If I did a...
  13. The Panel may well work with non rechargeable...

    The Panel may well work with non rechargeable batteries in. I must try it! But make sure you take them out when you put the panel back on itís mount. Non rechargeable batteries are not happy with a...
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    That’s one possible problem out of the way! ...

    That’s one possible problem out of the way!

    My new Intergas is working fine. Domestic Hot Water is OK now I have reduced the mains water pressure to below 3 bar. I note Worcester Bosch are happy...
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    A thought. Is your Honeywell OpenTherm Bridge...

    A thought. Is your Honeywell OpenTherm Bridge compatible with the ECO range? I know it is with the Xclusive range for Intergas designed the OT connection with that in mind. It is not clear from the...
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    Do make sure that (a) you have deleted the...

    Do make sure that (a) you have deleted the reference to the old BDR91 and (b) in the Control Panel have selected OpenTherm as your option. Provided the OpenTherm Bridge is connected to the right...
  17. I recently replaced a couple of radiators. At the...

    I recently replaced a couple of radiators. At the same time I put new valves in but with one I noticed the black knob one turns to manually control flow had become stiff. Frequent turning of it with...
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    Why would one want a room at a higher temperature...

    Why would one want a room at a higher temperature because it is colder outside? Surely if you have a room set at say 20c or 21c and that is what you are comfortable with you don’t need to have the...
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    I have never turned it on being dubious as to its...

    I have never turned it on being dubious as to its value.
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    It seems to me Honeywell ought to remove the...

    It seems to me Honeywell ought to remove the feature on the next software update (? 10 years’ time) for it can cause users to spend more in fuel than they need to. I believe such an extra cost would...
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    I do each morning check to see what the Control...

    I do each morning check to see what the Control Panel thinks the outside temperature is and what it actually is. I thought before, that whilst the two were not always the same it was close. However,...
  22. I agree. It just seems odd to me having a system...

    I agree. It just seems odd to me having a system like Evohome that gives you proper control without external interference. If a user wants their room to be 19c, 20c or 21c or whatever and Evohome is...
  23. It still seems to me that these settings are...

    It still seems to me that these settings are certainly not ones that reduce costs. If anything they may save you altering a setting but if you like your room at 20C then Evohome will surely maintain...
  24. Thread: EVOHome Build

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    I cannot advise on a two valve system but imagine...

    I cannot advise on a two valve system but imagine that they must work together as and when hot water is needed. My system had a three way valve. But you should only need two BRD91s one will operate...
  25. Thread: EVOHome Build

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    One for the central heating and one for the...

    One for the central heating and one for the domestic hot water. That for the domestic hot water needs a sensor installing to monitor the temperatures of the hot water. Either one that is strapped on...
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