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Problem with IFLO Digistat RF2 (Wireless System)

I am unable to operate my Thermostat properly. I have put it on the Timer setting and set it to come on at 18C at 5:20am and then go off at 23C at 10:00am. It is then set to come back on at 18C at 16:00 anf go off at 23C at 22:00. With the set it does not come on at the desired time and may event come on out of the set time periods.!! What am I doing wrong?

Many thanks for your time!

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  • freddyfrog Mar 09, 2009

    as posted by bobby m, i have the same problem the control just ignores the timer settings and comes on when it wants and off when it wants to

  • Kim Rowland Jan 25, 2012

    i have a problem with my iflo digistat room thermostat.i cant turn it on and off using the manual setting.its seems to have a mind of its own,ive tried everything,ive even turned the whole thing off,option 8.still wont go off,i have to go around my flat and turn each one on or off my the rad.surely that cant be right.its a brand new build,and the heating system is too.dont understand the manual,can anyone please help a very hot person.

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To reset the system:
1) Pull out the left & right draws from the bottom of the remote and remove the batteries. The screen will go blank after about 20 seconds.
2) Go to your control panel:
Press 1 once
Press 2 once
Press 1 & 2 together for about 5 seconds until you get a solid light (it doesn't matter which light) then release.
3) Put the right draw batteries back, then the left draw.
The system should start. If not, press 2 once.
It worked for me!

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

  • busby100 Jan 20, 2011

    thank u so much it worked fantastic.

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I have just had a IFLO Digistat RF2 system installed but they didn't leave me any instructions how to use it I would appreciate any help you can give me is there any instruction book I can download to sort this out. At the moment I set it for 7.30.am.at 18C to go off at 12.00.pm.but it carries on until I have to knock it off.

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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I found some manuals!

http://www.invensyscontrolseurope.com/InvensysControlsEurope/en/ProductsServices/Drayton/ProgrammableRoomThermostats/

Posted on Oct 08, 2008

Mine does not come back on for the second time, very frustrating

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