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Topic Title: Frost Stat?
Topic Summary: Help please?
Created On: 12 October 2012 02:32 PM
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 12 October 2012 02:32 PM
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SherlockOhms

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Chaps,

I've just had a call from a "frustrated" plumber. He's struggling to get a boiler to fire. He seems to think I've got the thermostat inputs crossed.

Boiler. Time clock. Wall mounted room stat in series with n/o contacts of time clock. Frost stat on a seperate input.

He's telling me the wall stat is having no effect but the frost stat will fire the boiler if turned up.

Surely I've not messed up?

S
 12 October 2012 03:02 PM
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OMS

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Are the timeclock contacts made - if so you've buggered it up

If not, the plumber is just lifting the set point of the frost stat and the boiler is kicking in because it thinks the frost stat is calling

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OMS

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 12 October 2012 03:19 PM
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SherlockOhms

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The time clock contacts should be made (n/c) when it's calling for heat (n/o is shelf state?).....so I've buggered it up?

Bugger!

S.
 12 October 2012 03:56 PM
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Well you have a timeclock and stat in series - both need to be made for the boiler to get a fire command - which is correct

The frost stat sits in parallel across the lot so regardless of time clock or internal stat positions, when it hits say 8c and falling, the contacts call the boiler in - this is the one th eplumber claims fires the boiler.

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 12 October 2012 04:50 PM
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broadgage

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Have you followed the instructions, that perhaps contained a typo or translation error ?
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