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I have a rotex underfloor heating system in a flat I have just brought but I have no instructions on how to operate the room RTR4 room thermostats?

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Please click on the below link to download the REHAU Technical Manual.

http://www.rehau.co.uk/files/8179_REHAU_BA_Controller_864602_UK.pdf


To set the WLCT (Time and Temperature control) for the system please refer to page number 45 (Section 10: CT Set up Guide).

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I need a new Rehau Thermostat CT for my underfloor heating, the current one is broken. I am located in Leitrim in Ireland.


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My radiant floor heating suddenly stopped working. Wall thermostat is functioning normally. GFCI test is working fine. What can I check next?


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I have a rehau ct room thermostat but don't know how it works - the time needs altering. In another room I have a rehau ta and I think the two work together to control the underfloor heating. Can you tell...


Please click on the below link to download the REHAU Technical Manual.

http://www.rehau.co.uk/files/8179_REHAU_BA_Controller_864602_UK.pdf


To set the WLCT (Time and Temperature control) for the system please refer to page number 45 (Section 10: CT Set up Guide).

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I am looking for operation instructions for rehau underfloor heating. Its a 4-event clock thermostat and cant find how to set a timer on it!


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I have just installed underfloor heating with 4 zones. I also have the existing radiator system. The radiator system is currently programmed to come on and off twice a day but has no room thermostat. We...


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Back up electric heater required.


A bit late for you probably Steve, but other browsers might be interested...

Micathermics are faster to warm up the room than other resistive heaters, but otherwise they're no more efficient - so it depends whether you feel that the fast warm up is worth the extra money that the micathermic would cost.

If your ceiling is well insulated (including over the wall plates at the top of the internal walls) then the large windows are very likely the reason that your underfloor heating can't get the heat high enough. Have you considered double glazing? 3M have a very cheap, disposable window insulation kit that you could put on for a cold season to see if it's worth putting in some more permanent double glazing (and in fact that kit will probably last 2 or 3 cold seasons if you just leave it up).

The heater power (kW) required to get that extra 2 degC depends on how well the room is insulated. Your best bet would be to find out how much kW your underfloor heating is putting out and how much degC it is warming up the room, then keep the same proportions to work out how much extra kW you need.

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