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  1. Thread: BDR91 spacing

    by filbert
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    BDR91 spacing

    Hi Folks,

    My Evohome system was installed a couple of years ago and seems to work OK, apart from the hot water being a bit erratic. I'm wondering about the positioning of the BDR91s. They are...
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    I don't change anything. I rely on the heating...

    I don't change anything. I rely on the heating turning itself off when the weather is warm enough.
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    Thanks, just two clips behind the batteries, as...

    Thanks, just two clips behind the batteries, as you said. Nothing at the bottom.

    I've moved it so I'll be in to see if the hot water temp is more consistent. It's still a bit close to the tank ...
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    Can anyone tell me how I remove a CS92...

    Can anyone tell me how I remove a CS92 transceiver? I think I need to move mine after a new towel rail was installed and the pipe is only about 6" away from it.
    It's quite low down and there's no...
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    Any update on this? The thread has gone quiet...

    Any update on this? The thread has gone quiet...
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    I'm bumping my head against it with 12 zones, one...

    I'm bumping my head against it with 12 zones, one per room. I did want to add another at one point but, for the life of me, I can't remember why.
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    In the couple of years Iíve had Evohome (with 12...

    In the couple of years Iíve had Evohome (with 12 HR92 + HW) Iíve not noticed any problems with battery contacts. I do find the little springs a pain to release and reset when putting new batteries...
  8. We have an Ideal Mexico S2 that was probably 4...

    We have an Ideal Mexico S2 that was probably 4 or 5 years old when we moved in in late 1997 - which makes it at least 25 years old and (fingers crossed) still going strong. Have been advised not to...
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    I (and I guess others) have had an email from...

    I (and I guess others) have had an email from Conrad saying they're changing the product and, if I want to keep my data, I'll have to pay for a premium package, discounted to €3.99/month:

    "If you...
  10. If the TRVs are compatible and in good working...

    If the TRVs are compatible and in good working order, you only need to change the actuators. However, when I had my system installed, I had all the TRVs replaced as they were a bit of a mixture and...
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    Maybe we should set up a poll to check? ...

    Maybe we should set up a poll to check? :):D:rolleyes:
  12. Don't forget the £50-£100 cost of a decent...

    Don't forget the £50-£100 cost of a decent electric radiator. It will take a while to get that back at a few pence per hour savings.
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    Nothing looks broken on mine

    Nothing looks broken on mine
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    Itís on my Android phone now. Release notes...

    Itís on my Android phone now. Release notes mention ios 13, so not much for Android, maybe
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    I assume this means that an air lock can be ruled...

    I assume this means that an air lock can be ruled out?
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    Doesn’t anybody have any views on this?

    Doesn’t anybody have any views on this?
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    Honeywell Door bell or what?

    I need a basic door bell that will sound in two or three places in the house. Not really bothered about video, just don't want to miss callers. Was looking at the Honeywell range as it looks good but...
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    Depends how hard the bricks are. Some of mine are...

    Depends how hard the bricks are. Some of mine are very hard to drill into. Also, the 'plaster' is more like a cement rendering. No fun.
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    Just to draw attention to a mod proposed by DIY2...

    Just to draw attention to a mod proposed by DIY2 in another thread that is claimed (I haven't tried it yet, waiting for the heating season) to reduce the noise:...
  20. Thanks for that - will definitely try it when we...

    Thanks for that - will definitely try it when we get to the hearing season. Must have some old diodes hanging around.

    Would also like to know why diodes and not a resistor..
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    Thanks anyway - glad it's not just that I've...

    Thanks anyway - glad it's not just that I've missed something obvious.
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    Conrad Connect and hot water

    I set up a dashboard on Conrad Connect a year or so ago but I have to admit, I rarely use it. However, I now want to monitor my hot water but I can't see how to do so on this system

    Can anyone...
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    I set the rad to come on at about the time we...

    I set the rad to come on at about the time we wake up, which avoids the problem. It works for us as we don't get up straight away and the room has time to warm up.
    However, it does mean that I can't...
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    Try the Evohome Shop. They have a reputation for...

    Try the Evohome Shop. They have a reputation for good customer service
  25. Thread: HR92's: A rant

    by filbert
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    Thanks for that - there doesn't seem to be one...

    Thanks for that - there doesn't seem to be one designed to sit on a flat surface but I see others use the T87RF and, presumably, just lay it down on its back. Maybe I could build a stand for one to...
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