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  1. I thought this thread wasn't for digs... ;)

    I thought this thread wasn't for digs... ;)
  2. Optimal start only makes an adjustment of about...

    Optimal start only makes an adjustment of about 15 minutes per day for the start time.

    So if you get a sudden weather swing from cold to hot and the actual needed warm up time of the room is now...
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    That's about what I'd expect. The reminder beep...

    That's about what I'd expect. The reminder beep starts quite soon, but it should run for 2-3 hours before the big red warning that blocks the screen appears. If you leave it you'd probably find you...
  4. A flashing red light on the BDR91 means it is...

    A flashing red light on the BDR91 means it is either not bound or has lost comms with the Controller.

    I would fix this first before worrying about reliability of the CS92A, clear the bindings on...
  5. Yes, the CS92A sends its updates too rarely (1...

    Yes, the CS92A sends its updates too rarely (1 hour between updates if no changes have occurred) and does not send every message twice like the DTS92 does. It doesn't take many lost messages before...
  6. Mine has Lithium batteries - unfortunately it...

    Mine has Lithium batteries - unfortunately it didn't help. If anything I'm seeing it more often now.
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    What CT1 said. Sitting another thermometer on...

    What CT1 said.

    Sitting another thermometer on top of the HR92 as a comparison is meaningless because it is being heated by the radiator pipe work below and the side of the radiator differently to...
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    Perhaps if the Evohome has a recent memory of the...

    Perhaps if the Evohome has a recent memory of the batteries being flat and you charge them externally instead of letting it go through the charging process it doesn't believe they are charged? I...
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    Like I said, mine would last 3 hours off the...

    Like I said, mine would last 3 hours off the stand when I first got it with the original batteries.

    The problem for me has always been that once the batteries are determined to be fully charged if...
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    1) Hot water overrun only works if you have a...

    1) Hot water overrun only works if you have a boiler relay. (since Evohome needs to be able to control boiler and zone valves independently to achieve this)
    2) Removes the 10-15 second delay each...
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    When I first got mine in 2015 it would run from...

    When I first got mine in 2015 it would run from batteries without complaining for about 3 hours and run another 3 hours complaining before it finally died.
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    Oil fired boilers should be 3 cycles per hour per...

    Oil fired boilers should be 3 cycles per hour per Honeywell documentation. Not sure off hand what the recommended minimum on time would be but probably more than one minute. Anyone reading who has an...
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    Agreed, 6 cycles per hour is optimal for a gas...

    Agreed, 6 cycles per hour is optimal for a gas boiler and this is also the default. I've tried 3 and 12 cycles per hour and both have different drawbacks for a gas boiler.

    I use a minimum on time...
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    I see the mention in that post but if mine has...

    I see the mention in that post but if mine has any they don't work :p There is no resistance to being lifted off at all except the weight of the device. It even tilts/rocks side to side quite a bit...
  15. Feel free to publish the details - although I...

    Feel free to publish the details - although I don't personally have anything set up that could take advantage of it.

    I haven't run Domoticz for a long time and only have a NanoCUL running receive...
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    I doubt the OP has an RFG100 though if they have...

    I doubt the OP has an RFG100 though if they have the WiFi controller. :)


    Magnets ? What magnets ?

    Mine is very loose and slides upwards with no resistance at all apart from the weight of the...
  17. I would dearly love to have Day off with Eco mode...

    I would dearly love to have Day off with Eco mode properly accessible on the controller.

    I've been pointing out the limitation of not being able to combine Day Off mode with any other mode on here...
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    Mine is in the hallway on a wall stand and it has...

    Mine is in the hallway on a wall stand and it has nearly been knocked off a few times as well. It's far too loose on the stand in my opinion, compared to the table stand which is a snug fit - I'm...
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    There is a clock bug that can cause the clock to...

    There is a clock bug that can cause the clock to be hours out or to stall completely - workaround, reboot the controller.

    Phantom overrides are due to timing issues between the HR92 boot time and...
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    I doubt anyone here would know the answer to that...

    I doubt anyone here would know the answer to that - my guess would be no. The hardware between the two models is very different.

    Not really.

    All control is routed through the controller - all...
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    If the existing BDR relays are BDR91's then you...

    If the existing BDR relays are BDR91's then you can just clear the bindings on them and then bind them to your evohome, and depending on the model of the thermostats (Y87RF ?) you may be able to...
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    Yes you can buy a controller on its own and...

    Yes you can buy a controller on its own and replace your broken one.

    Unfortunately there is no built in way to back up your configuration and restore it to the new one.

    So you will need to...
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    The problem is a variable speed pump speeds up...

    The problem is a variable speed pump speeds up when it senses an easier flow path. (Less flow resistance) The intention is that when most radiators are closed right down the pump slows down to...
  24. No, it doesn't try to be clever and only operate...

    No, it doesn't try to be clever and only operate one radiator for low demands. I have one zone with two radiators - one a long 2m radiator the other about 800mm long. I haven't had any problems with...
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    Same here, if it's set to OFF it ignores the...

    Same here, if it's set to OFF it ignores the schedule. Our spare room got set to OFF accidentally one day and it was several days later that I realised it was never heating despite the schedule. The...
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