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Honeywell junction Box and QE2 Programmer

Hi,

I really need your help.

I have 2 Tower motorized valve; fully pumped boiler and when calling for hot water only, the valve does not open at all; I know the valve is not faulty as I have replaced it once. The Central Heating side is perfect.
I have connected the Towerchron QE2 to a Honeywell Sundial Plan Wiring Centre Part number 42005748-001.

Without going into too much details, I connected as follow

Towerchron QE2 Honeywell Programmer Block

Live Brown L
Neutral Blue N
Earth Gre/Yel E
CH On(T4) Gray CH On (Next to E)
HW On(T3) Black HW On

I hope you are able to help.

Many Thanks and Regards
Mehdi

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  • Mehdi_1971 May 15, 2008

    Towerchron Honeywell Programmer Block

    Live Brown L

    Neutral Blue N

    Earth Gre/Yel E

    CH On(T4) Gray CH On (Next to E)

    HW On(T3) Black HW On

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Hi check the wiring to the cylinder stat is there power to it then is it going to the valve

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