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How do you reset the Siemens RDH10-RF Wireless Digital Room Thermostat and re establish communication?

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I have T4 RF wireless thermostat.When you turn off heating from thermostat,for some reasons after 1 hour boiler kick on and radiator feel hot again.please give me solution.

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