Up next No heating? Sign in 34 Loading... I also recommend you opt for a digital timer version. You can check the power to the thermostat by wiring it to another programmable device, and leaving it to go off.
agreed , if its only a plug in device, but any and all alterations require a proper electrician, it is an electrical fault after all and not a leaky pipe. Advise like that can kill people. Has something that gives off heat, for instance an electrical appliance, been put near the thermostat? And 'modern boiler' - ha!
There might be something that you have missed. jra View Public Profile Find More Posts by jra 15-12-2010, 18:46 #11 Elanor Forum Member Join Date: Oct 2003 Location: Derbyshire Posts: 13,028 Weirdly, it started working again this It involves removing the cover, part of the main circuit board and control panel at the front. Humming Noise – possible explanations.
Once I'd done that, the timer started a quiet little ticking noise that it hadn't been making before (like the one last night, but much quieter) but it's still not going Has something that gives off heat, for instance an electrical appliance, been put near the thermostat? A plumber /heating enginer is not allowed to put a screwdriver near an electrical installation, plain and simple other than a plug in device. http://blog.superwarm.co.uk/troubleshooting-central-heating-faulty-timer-clock If, for any reason, you need to replace the programmer, make sure you upgrade to one that has a 'universal backplate'.
Andykel View Public Profile Find More Posts by Andykel 15-12-2010, 23:30 #20 camer Inactive Member Join Date: Aug 2010 Posts: 5,043 Quote: Originally Posted by Andykel It's not a Central Heating Thermostat Not Working Properly There are like 8 tubes, I don't know which I have to use. Turn the supply to the timer off – this will ‘reset’ the timer and solve some problems – the switch is usually near the central heating boiler or the central heating Once this is checked, wire the thermostat back into the wall and turn the mains back on.
dereton33 35,445 views 1:03 HEAT WON'T TURN ON How Test if your Thermostat is Broken Faulty Bad Zone Valve Boiler Furnace Repair - Duration: 2:36. https://www.boards.ie/b/thread/2056821066 Otherwise call a heating engineer to do it for you. Why Is The Timer On My Boiler Not Working Got your own plumbing or heating problem? Vaillant Boiler Timer Not Working Information and other materials on this website are not intended to constitute professional advice and should not be relied upon.
Registered in England 112955. So I'll send it back to the supplier and ask for a replacement. Back to top HomeEmergency PlumbersBoiler Repair & ServicingBoiler InstallationsCentral Heating RepairLandlord Gas Safety CertificatesFAQAbout UsContact Us Home Services FAQ About Contact Emergency Plumbers Boiler Repair & Servicing Boiler Installations Central Heating Create one now!OR Login with Digital Spy account Central Heating Timer Not Working Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... 1 of 2 1 2 Central Heating Timer Replacement
One more step Please complete the security check to access www.boards.ie Why do I have to complete a CAPTCHA? Check the RCDs. And I rang the heating engineer who serviced my boiler last year, and he does (and is insured for) electrical repairs on the timer switch. Tightly fitting pipes can cause ‘creaking noises’.
I'm going to take you to task on this, and your other comments, as you clearly don't know what you're talking about and you need to be corrected. Central Heating Programmer No Display Find More Posts by Elanor 13-12-2010, 19:30 #5 camer Inactive Member Join Date: Aug 2010 Posts: 5,043 Do not call a heating engineer, call an electrician. Single Radiator Not Working – possible explanations.
What can I do to prevent this in the future? If the two devices don't match, try removing the control switch, and then retesting your boiler. Best option seems to be an electronic timer as mechanical ones are all made of chocolate clearly! Timer Not Working On Worcester Boiler This is not correct.
Andykel View Public Profile Find More Posts by Andykel 13-12-2010, 22:38 #10 jra Forum Member Join Date: Jan 2002 Posts: 40,291 Quote: Originally Posted by Andykel Yup your mechanical Mikie March 2010 I am gonna replave the MT10rf, which I think is a real pain, with the simple MT10 The MT10RF has had the heating on all night last Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... 08082232980 Call our team now Find an engineer Get a boiler quote About us About HomeServe Heating Our Services JRESHOW 671,073 views 13:25 BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE: My furnace heater / ac unit doesn't work.101 diy troubleshooting - Duration: 9:34.
Not true, any new installation must be supplied with a inspection and testing certificate which a plumber/heating engineer cannot give. To solve this problem make the holes that pipes go through slightly bigger. camer View Public Profile Find More Posts by camer 15-12-2010, 19:09 #14 camer Inactive Member Join Date: Aug 2010 Posts: 5,043 Quote: Originally Posted by Andykel OP: Don't follow Website designed and developed by HomeServe Heating Services Limited.
camer View Public Profile Find More Posts by camer 15-12-2010, 21:59 #19 Andykel Forum Member Join Date: Oct 2009 Location: Aberdeenshire Posts: 1,005 Quote: Originally Posted by camer Not Is the thermostat working correctly? To mend any household, kitchen, or other electrical appliance start here.
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