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I've a problem with my central heating, I've changed my central heating programmer to a drayton lp522. My heating is constantly on. The only way that I am able to turn it of is with the thermostat when I turn it down to 0. I can't turn it of at the programmer. The instructions with the programmer confirmes that I should be able to and I was able to with the previous one. It's driving me up the wall.

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    James Feragola May 11, 2010

    This is something that will require a lot of clarification to diagnose.
    When dealing with heating controls, you have several systems that work together to operate as one unit.

    First off, what type of thermostat are you using, programmable or manual?


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Hi you never mentioned which programmer the LP522 replaced, as the LP522 is a 5/2 day programmer.

you may of wired directly to the heating on terminal on the programmer?

It may of been that you had a basic programmer which was only designed for the system you have installed.If i know what existing programmer was used i may be able to help?

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Richie

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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