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We recently had some work done, a new open plan room, a new boiler and underfloor heating (UFH) put in. We had some confusion, a lot of which comes from not having a basic understanding of how the Boiler and UFH actualy work, but essentially I want t
Go to a Plumbing Supply, Home Depot, Lowes, Sears or other home center and ask in the department that has preferably some experienced help. It would help to have as much information about the old thermostat as possible as there should be one that is
I am having some difficulty figuring out the correct wiring for my new wifi thermostat. Before I bring out the A/C technician, I was wondering if anyone here might be able to help? Searched other threads and did not see one that applied to my situati
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I figured it out and installed a new thermostat today, wish I could have figured it out at the beginning of the heating system. I figured out what the Single Pole LR10499 22A-120/v240;18A-277VAC means. I just had to think about it longer
Last updated on September 9th, 2017 Problem: Your HVAC system lacks a C-wire (common wire) for your new WiFi thermostat Solution: Install a Venstar Add-a-Wire adapter! Short a wire? If you are lacking the (ironically named) “common wire”, also known
When your HVAC system suddenly stops working, it’s easy to fear the worst and think that something is wrong with one of your costly components. There’s another possible culprit that’s easy to rule out: a failed thermostat. By following these steps, y
Get the Plumber back. He may have just cleaned, flushed &/or adjusted the Mixer & not replaced it. But, it sounds like you have a Pressure-Balancing valve instead of a Thermostatic valve
I have this Honeywell RTHL2410C programmable thermostat and typical Florida electric AC system. Starting this Spring, it has started behaving strangely when switching from Heat to Cool mode. The thermostat has a physical switch to change the mode (or
A:What you’re experiencing is called cold diuresis, a phenomenon that occurs for reasons that are not entirely clear. One theory that remains popular—though it has been contested—explains how it works like this: When your temperature starts to drop,