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I find the existing intelligent controller a bit difficult to use - is this a replacement, can it be fitted easily, and is there any change in functionality?

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Hi, I have 2x C16 installed from two separate fused spurs in my house.
When the fused spur is switched on and the thermostat switch is off, then each thermostat is drawing off quite a bit of power (nearly as much as when both switched on) Any ideas why this is the case, or if there could be a problem?
Many thanks.

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First turn on after installation, back light on but nothing on the screen, waited as per instruction manual for 5 mins after turning on for instructions to appear on screen. Now 15 mins and screen still blank just back light on, no flashing led either

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Hi - my thermostat was installed for underfloor heating about 18 months ago and has been working fine. However there the thermostat seems to have died and will no longer switch on. Is it likely to be an issue with the thermostat itself or something else. There are no other power issues around it.

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The red light is on and the heating is not working. We have tried resetting but to no avail. How can we fix this?

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Can the room sensor be used to replace existing mechanical gas Central Heating thermostat, and the floor sensor connect separately to electric underfloor heat mat? Thanks, Tom

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Have c16 with 10m matt but not going higher then 14.5, can you please help

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Do we need to change both? The temperature readings keep changing every few seconds

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We have 2 Intelligent Controllers serving the underfloor heating under our large tiled kitchen floor. Both have been set to identical Custom programs (Period 1 with initial on at 7.00am and off at 9.00pm 7 days a week). However, one of the controllers doesn't seem to conform to the custom program timings and operates continuously. This is irrespective of the temperature - for example with a Custom temp of 23 degrees the heating remains on at midnight when measured temp is 19 degrees. Is it possible taht the controller has been wired in such a way as to by-pass the program settings or could there be another explanation?

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Inside bathroom or outside bathroom?




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