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    Angry Replacement adaptor valves for HR92

    Hi,

    I'm getting my new place renovated and installing an evohome system a few months ago was the first step.
    Last week some painters started painting the downstairs and they decided to remove the evohome radiator valves by just pulling until they came off. The result is that the thread of two of them got damaged. When the valve tries to close the radiator by turning the valve clockwise, the thread is not strong enough, so the valve jump jumps off...

    I'm looking at ordering some new adaptors, but I'm not sure which one is the correct one. Is the ACH28 (https://theevohomeshop.co.uk/radiato...ontroller.html) the only possible ones or are there different models? If yes, how do I know which one I need?

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    Are you just using the adaptor that came with the HR92 ? If so the link above is the wrong adaptor. The standard bundled adaptor is M30x1.5.

    I don't think it's available for purchase separately through normal channels but there are reports on the forum that Honeywell are willing to provide replacements adaptors if asked for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBMandrake View Post
    Are you just using the adaptor that came with the HR92 ? If so the link above is the wrong adaptor. The standard bundled adaptor is M30x1.5.

    I don't think it's available for purchase separately through normal channels but there are reports on the forum that Honeywell are willing to provide replacements adaptors if asked for.
    Thanks. I've emailed Honeywell, let's see what they say.

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    PM me with your address details and I'll pop them in the post to you foc

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    Quote Originally Posted by top brake View Post
    PM me with your address details and I'll pop them in the post to you foc
    Thank you very much , but it's not needed any more. I talked with the main guy doing the renovation and he said that he talked with some plumbing stuff reseller and that they are going to send a few new ones free or charge!

    I'm impressed that multiple people offered to help free of charge! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by top brake View Post
    PM me with your address details and I'll pop them in the post to you foc
    Having just started to fire up the radiators after summer, I've suffered a similar problem where the thread on one of the adapters no longer stops at the end point, and the valve just keeps trying to spin it to switch it off, so I've had to remove it for now. Looks like I can't get a replacement without needing to buy a whole new rad valve, which I'd rather not have to do of course. Is the offer still open to get just a replacement adapter?

    Thanks

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    No problem please pm me your contact details and address and I'll get one shipped

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