Wireless siemens PROGRAMABLE ROOM THERMOSTAT RDJ10/RDJ10RF This controls my baxi combi boiler control which is on the blink. Transmitter working - receiver not live - this happened when replacing batteries into transmitter. receiver is hard wired in to the 240V mains electrics of my home. Have tried to reset reciever function - no joy
Q. Need help to re-set the receiver as first fix. Q. Want to know if I can manulaly over ride this unit without danger to the boiler and us and use the Baxi main contol unit and switch it to the CONTINUOUS position?
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Re: PROGRAMMABLE ROOM THERMOSTAT
I found this on a search:
"I have the full set of instructions, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Not a very reliable system, transmitter keeps resetting to 17:25; locks up. Whole system then requires setting up from scratch. Had a replacement transmitter, no change, and same faults. GJB"
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Check you have a call for heat from the room thermostat and that boiler is set to winter to allow heating. If this is ok, then double check the secondary circuit pressure - you may need to use the filling loop to top it up as this will stop it running if too low. If all of these are ok, then it could be the diverter valve on the heat exchanger. If this is stuck in the hot water position, no water will be circulated through the radiators.
try pressing start, control panel, network and internet conections, network conections this should show your lan page then press on the lan you need to conect then it should be conect or bridge conections
This is not a PC problem
Heating comes on, but sometimes it
gets too hot, sometimes too cold.
Neutral not connected
Check wiring in room thermostat. Look for a
connection to the Neutral terminal (N 2 on
the Honeywell T6060, T6160, and T6360).
Make sure that it is connected (check
If there is no neutral available, replace with a
two-wire thermostat, e.g., CT200, CM61 or
CM67. These will also offer extra energy
savings, (Without a neutral connection, the anticipator within the room thermostat does not work,
so the temperature control reduces from ± ½ºC to ±3ºC. People can feel a six degree
temperature swing. Then, if they try to adjust the room thermostat to overcome the
problem, the temperature swings become even worse.)