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  1. Itís supposed to beep when it loses power, isnít...

    Itís supposed to beep when it loses power, isnít it? Mine always has done, from new.
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    Thanks all, @dbmandrake actually it was hardly...

    Thanks all, @dbmandrake actually it was hardly any work at all, I'd say it took about 30 mins not including drying time of course! I actually did just one first as a test to see what the finish was...
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    Hi all I'm not the OP but moved into a new place...

    Hi all I'm not the OP but moved into a new place with cast iron rads in Anthracite Grey so decided to paint my HR92 as they didn't look too great in bright white against the grey. The rads are powder...
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    I had a couple of 'ghost' zones appear when my...

    I had a couple of 'ghost' zones appear when my controller was on old firmware and I tried to add new zones and aborted partway through the process (when I discovered the electric heat zone type...
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    Not sure about that, I bought one two weeks ago...

    Not sure about that, I bought one two weeks ago and the firmware didn't have Electric Heating zone type support, had to contact support and they pushed the latest update through to me.
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    I've been looking into this recently, along the...

    I've been looking into this recently, along the same lines as the brief in the OP. It looks like the Lutron RA2 Select would satisfy all of those requirements, certainly if you can get access to the...
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    That's the PlastiDip I was referring to. EDIT: or...

    That's the PlastiDip I was referring to. EDIT: or maybe vinyl wrap? I agree with DBMandrake that a silicon type cover is going to start having some noticeable insulation properties, so an external...
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    Shame there's not some sort of silicone cover...

    Shame there's not some sort of silicone cover available that could be fitted over the units. I wonder if PlastiDip https://www.plastidip.co.uk/ could be a good option, you can just peel it off again...
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    Thanks, I did briefly look at the practicality of...

    Thanks, I did briefly look at the practicality of opening one to change the orientation of the screen and then soon gave up when it seemed like I wouldn't be able to easily do it without breaking...
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    I very much doubt a layer of paint will have any...

    I very much doubt a layer of paint will have any significant insulation properties.
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    Why would the internal temperature sensor no...

    Why would the internal temperature sensor no longer be suitable? The colour of the casing only matters in terms of solar gain surely, which I would think would be insignificant compared to the...
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    I have been wondering the same thing as although...

    I have been wondering the same thing as although I've recently fitted an Evohome system with HR92 to all radiators which is fine, but we will soon be moving to a period property with cast iron rads...
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    Thanks, sounds like there are a few of us...

    Thanks, sounds like there are a few of us thinking the same.
    I can't see that the limit is due to technical reasons such as RF channels and device IDs etc, as there is the ability to bind more...
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    Ah yes I do recall seeing that in the manual now...

    Ah yes I do recall seeing that in the manual now you mention it. Ah well, I'll forget any idea of future firmware updates then!

    Nobody else finding that the maximum of 12 zones is limiting, if...
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    That depends, maybe the HR92 is now more wrong?!...

    That depends, maybe the HR92 is now more wrong?! I think you need a third device to decide which one is measuring incorrectly :-)

    Ben
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    Ah yes that does have the same desired effect,...

    Ah yes that does have the same desired effect, thank you.




    Thanks for the detailed explanation, it makes sense for things like a downstairs hallway/upstairs landing to be a multi-room zone as...
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    I've only had my system installed for a couple of...

    I've only had my system installed for a couple of days, so I'm still working everything out. However I do have a few observations as a new user.

    Agree with your point 1 and 2.
    On point 2, I think...
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    Thanks for posting, comforting to hear that I'm...

    Thanks for posting, comforting to hear that I'm not the only one, it's a bit like therapy to share the pain!

    I've done plenty of 15mm copper work in the past, as well as plumbing an entire heating...
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    Thank you, yes I expect you are right! I will go...

    Thank you, yes I expect you are right! I will go for the easiest option and just return the 4 UK versions and buy 4 EU versions instead.

    Just finished my install this afternoon (bar one radiator,...
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    Honeywell HR92 LCD reversal

    Hi all, I'm new here and found the forum whilst researching the Evohome system.

    I've recently bought a Evohome system with 17 HR92UK units, matching Valencia TRV bodies, and the hot water kit....
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