Question about Microwave Ovens
Well first of all you can please follow the below steps -
1. Set the programmer to CH on, HW off.
2. Turn the room thermostat right down.
3. Measure the voltage between N and the terminal marked SwL on the mains terminal block of the boiler (should be AC 0V).
4. Continue to measure this voltage and turn the room thermostat right up (there may be an audible click at the thermostat as it changes state). As the thermostat demands heat, the SwL voltage at the boiler should switch to AC 240V.
5. Set programmer to CH off, HW on and repeat 2 to 4 with HW thermostat.
Please post comments for more help or information.....
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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