Question about Plumbing
Well in your case,if the central heating was working before you change the defective thermoatat.Phaps you have done the wrong connection of the thermostat,if you look well at the connection of the thermostat, how will you recognise the earth borne is that it is fixed to the body of the part,so this means that the thermostat 3 cores are (1) common,(2) normally close,(3) normally open.With a multimeter it be very easy to determine the core that you have to cannect.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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