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Thread: Evo Home has lost the plot.

  1. #1
    Automated Home Jr Member
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    Default Evo Home has lost the plot.

    Last week I had to re bind my Evo home to the BDR91's. I followed the video again, so Guided Installation, added the Hot water sensor, then the BDR 91 ( 5 sec press slow flash, then 10 sec press fast flash to delete any old bindings) and finally the 2 valve part (again 5 sec press slow flash, then 10 sec press fast flash to delete any old bindings).

    Everything works as it should, I have heating and hot water all good, however at 1pm everyday I get an error about lost Comms to the Boiler Relay.

    Its clearly got bound somehow but ive deleted the BDR91's as above and still get same error......

    Any suggestions please ?

    Many thanks,

    FLY

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    Automated Home Lurker
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    Default A thought

    You haven't got a PC or Mac backing up around 1:00 by any chance. Could be that their wireless transmission is running hard and interfering with the Evohome wireless.

    David




    Quote Originally Posted by Fly100 View Post
    Last week I had to re bind my Evo home to the BDR91's. I followed the video again, so Guided Installation, added the Hot water sensor, then the BDR 91 ( 5 sec press slow flash, then 10 sec press fast flash to delete any old bindings) and finally the 2 valve part (again 5 sec press slow flash, then 10 sec press fast flash to delete any old bindings).

    Everything works as it should, I have heating and hot water all good, however at 1pm everyday I get an error about lost Comms to the Boiler Relay.

    Its clearly got bound somehow but ive deleted the BDR91's as above and still get same error......

    Any suggestions please ?

    Many thanks,

    FLY

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    Automated Home Ninja
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    Default

    2.4Ghz <> 868MHz.

  4. #4
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    Default Fair point but

    OK my bad not Wifi but bang on for 4G .


    Quote Originally Posted by dty View Post
    2.4Ghz <> 868MHz.

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