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Siemens, RDH10RF, thermostat, not turning my heating on

You likely lost the settings when the batteries died. Sound like you have to reprogram the tstat as to your application. Like switch heat type FROM GAS to ELECTRIC.

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How can you reset a siemens rde20.1 underfloor heating system? temperature has hit 30 degrees and won't turn down?

I had an RDE20.1 stuck on and temp reading 28.5. Fixed by first replacing battery (battery symbol was on), then changing the desired temp to above 28.5 (30) which made it switch the relay on (triangle came on, but no clunk), then set desired to below 28.5 (10) which made it switch the relay off again (triangle off and this time the successful clunk was heard!). Worked fine after that.

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Where can I get a user guide for a Siemens RWB7 central heating programmer ?

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My siemens rev 16 hydronic will not heat even when the ignition light is on. it clicks on and it sounds like it has started but then stops a few minutes later.

Always look at the bottom of the screen at the 24 hr clock to see what time the thermostat is programmed to come on and off.You can then instantly see if your heater
should be on either T*& temp or TC temp. if the heating is not on when the time clock
indicates that it should check  to see that the time is set correctly.
Also check out the battery voltage.Is it  low or OK.
For Rev 16 manual.Click on the link mentioned below:--

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Siemens underfloor heating sdosent work I set the program or put it on continuous and the tiled floor dosent get any hotter

check your circuit breakers to see if the floor is getting power to it. Consult your operation guide to see if there is an internal fuse.

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