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    I assume you haven't read my thread on this...

    I assume you haven't read my thread on this issue:

    https://www.automatedhome.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?5671-Honeywell-Valencia-problems

    I installed Valencia's and same as you found they...
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    There's no way to read the hot water set point...

    There's no way to read the hot water set point through the Honeywell Web API's, the only information made available is the currently measured temperature and whether the hot water schedule is...
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    Same here. We just turn off all our downstairs...

    Same here.

    We just turn off all our downstairs zones at night (5C in the schedule) and rely on Optimal start to figure out when to turn them back on again to reach the target temperatures at the...
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    Alkalines in my DTS92 seem to last a couple of...

    Alkalines in my DTS92 seem to last a couple of years.

    They do have problems with the battery contacts though, if you thump it on the side and it reboots you might need to check the tension of the...
  5. The harsh reality that nobody really wants to...

    The harsh reality that nobody really wants to admit to is that without installing something like an automatic tempering valve (which is typically best done on each hot water outlet) there is no one...
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    I tested an HR91 sample when they first launched...

    I tested an HR91 sample when they first launched but one of the reasons I returned it was this issue - the stroke is insufficient for some valve bodies and there is no Stroke 1 equivalent setting...
  7. If an HR92 is not generating any heat demand,...

    If an HR92 is not generating any heat demand, reboot it by removing and reinstalling the batteries.

    It's an occasional glitch in the firmware of the HR92, I've seen it maybe half a dozen times in...
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    Or a new source of RF interference. Added any...

    Or a new source of RF interference.

    Added any new devices around the house recently ?
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    I only have an Evohome system so I don't know....

    I only have an Evohome system so I don't know. Give it a try! It will either work or not. I use the watchforstock Python client bindings - they work with both API's.

    The only benefit in the V1...
  10. I did something similar. I removed the original...

    I did something similar. I removed the original wall thermostat, installed the BDR91 back near the wiring centre and re-used the old thermostat wires for power for the Evotouch wall mount.
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    Most normal people would agree with you, but...

    Most normal people would agree with you, but Honeywell don't.

    None of the temperature displays on the Evohome devices including wall thermostats show the real temperature. They are all biased...
  12. That doesn't make sense. When you replace the...

    That doesn't make sense. When you replace the motor head you still have to re-wire it, it's just the valve that stays so you don't have to drain the system down.

    I just found it annoying I could...
  13. When I had to replace a faulty motor head on one...

    When I had to replace a faulty motor head on one of my Honeywell zone valves I was able to find the entire zone valve on ebay (new) cheaper than I could find the motorhead on its own anywhere.

    So...
  14. If you're only getting 15 minutes the batteries...

    If you're only getting 15 minutes the batteries are faulty or aren't being fully charged by the controller.

    I did a test not long after I got my system on the original batteries and it achieved 3...
  15. That message has always been there but doesn't...

    That message has always been there but doesn't display until the battery is critically low.

    With good batteries with a full charge you should get about 3 hours with it off the stand with just the...
  16. Do you leave yours on a wall mount 24/7 without...

    Do you leave yours on a wall mount 24/7 without ever removing it though ? Only people who never remove the controller from the mount (thus never cause it to operate from batteries) see this issue. If...
  17. Just judging by eye there is no way an HR92 will...

    Just judging by eye there is no way an HR92 will fit on that squinty TRV valve body without being fouled by the wall.

    If the other end of the radiator is the same, (or the valves are not...
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    Do you have cold weather boost or warm weather...

    Do you have cold weather boost or warm weather saver enabled ?
  19. We have a Hoover washer drier with Simply Fi -...

    We have a Hoover washer drier with Simply Fi - and to be honest the app has never worked very well, too confusing and cumbersome to configure a wash remotely.

    All we use the app for is the...
  20. I don't have an T87RF but for those that do it...

    I don't have an T87RF but for those that do it could be simulated by resting the sensor above a hot radiator - should be easy to get the reading to 32 degrees or above that way. Anyone game to try to...
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    For the record I still get "comms errors" from...

    For the record I still get "comms errors" from the hot water sensor. Nothing I do will fix it. I have just learnt to live with it because I have better things to do with my time.

    From sniffing...
  22. I had no luck with the variable speed modes on my...

    I had no luck with the variable speed modes on my Alpha 2 - same as you, runs too slowly and the boiler overheats, so I run it in fixed speed 1 or 2.

    I think the variable speed modes have a...
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    It wont be a potentiometer as you can turn it...

    It wont be a potentiometer as you can turn it infinitely in either direction.

    From memory it's an infrared optical chopper system - very commonly used in digital knobs which can turn infinitely.
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    Manually overriding zones on an HR92 when the...

    Manually overriding zones on an HR92 when the heating is in away/heating off mode will not work in the latest firmware version. Neither of these modes will recognise manual overrides, and if the room...
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    No you're not missing anything unfortunately. ...

    No you're not missing anything unfortunately.

    The custom action applies one custom schedule to one or more selected zones, but the unselected zones will continue to follow their normal schedules....
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