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Posted By: chuckeyturn up the pump to max
Posted By: chuckeyIf you have these temperature sensitive valves on your rads, then every one of them has closed down but your house thermostat is
We have TRVs on every radiator, but no house thermostat.
Posted By: philedgeIf you want to do a proper joB you can have a programmable stat for around £50 that will control the heating at different temperatures at diffent times of the day and allow different programs for each day of the week so you can set the heating to match your lifestyle.
Posted By: Peter ClarkCan this be wireless?Peter
Posted By: CWattersNo idea if they are any good (20m range?) but Amazon has a programable wireless stat for just £27 +p&phttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Programmable-Wireless-Room-Thermostat-Volt/dp/B0076YWXIU/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1351006608&sr=8-5" rel="nofollow" >http://www.amazon.co.uk/Programmable-Wireless-Room-Thermostat-Volt/dp/B0076YWXIU/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1351006608&sr=8-5Well known brands go from £50 to over £100.
Posted By: Peter ClarkWe have TRVs on every radiator, but no house thermostat. So, what you said seems to imply that the boiler was supplying more than enough heat and the house was at the correct temp?Peter
Posted By: Gavin_AWhoever fitted this was a complete muppet.
Posted By: rhamduIf you have one radiator without a TRV, as Seret suggested, then either you must set the room stat so high that that radiator is basically uncontrolled, or you run the risk of a satisfied room stat starving other radiators of heat.
Posted By: rhamduInteresting that it comes down to the 'balancing' of the system, which, if I remember correctly, is how they did it in the days before central heating had any thermostatic controls at all.
Posted By: wookeyIt's always annoyed me that plumbing control systems are fundamentally crappy.
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