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Landis gyr Chronogyr Rev 10

Hi. We have the above hydronic heater. I have followed the instructions but cannot get the system working. What else can I do? Thanks. Joe

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I believe you interpretation of the code is a bit skewed in that the fundamental concern is to not route power cords over a heat source which might cause the insulation on that wire to exceed its rated operating temp and fail. The heaters themselves have shrowds over them so there are no exposed surfaces hot enough to melt wire insulation and when you think about it ..2000 watts disipated over a long baseboard section is not that hot. If I were you, I would go ahead and install them and not worry about the warning.. The warning also removes any liability from the heater manufacturer in the event something happens.. Common sense would dictate that you wouldn't intentionally drape power cords all over the heaters... Just use common sense and not worry about it..
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Hello. The red and the black are the hot wires. Therefore, connect one of your conductors to the red and the other conductor to the black. Use wirenuts. The bare ground wire should be solidly attached to the new unit's green wire using a wire nut.
Regards, Joe
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Hi I have some boiler problems, I`m the proud owner of an Ideal classic SE12ff. The controls are that of Sunvic select Xl.
The problem is I can only get the hot water to work when the heating is on, I neglected this over the winter but now the summer is apparently fast approaching I am desperatley trying to get this solved. A plumber has done some fault finding with no prevail, have you any suggestions?

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