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Hi, I'm fitting a replacement Honeywell Motorised Valve in my hot water system. I've got a spot of bother with the wiring. The one I'm fitting is a V4043H-1056 and had 5 wires but the faulty one that is on there is a V4034-1106 which has 6 wires coming out of it - all the same colours but with an extra white wire. Have I got the wrong valve or can I ignore the white wire? The fitting instructions for the value show an 'S'-Plan which does not have the white wire and a 'C'-Plan with the white wire. I'm confused as to why my motor does not have the white wire when the instructions suggest that it should be possible to fit 'C'-Plan with the white wire. All suggestions welcomed. Thanks, Doug

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