Question about Honeywell Heating & Cooling
Is there a cylinder with a thermostat in your system? The stat is usually fixed onto the cylinder using a strap or band to hold it in place. If has been knocked or the setting changed you will not get the hot water you want. It could even be faulty.
Failing that the diverter valve could be defective. You can usually test the valve by a metal (latching) lever on the valve body that physically locks the valve into the 'mid' position allowing heating and hot water to operate. You can test the system this way but don't leave it locked open as you will loose control of the temperatures of the heating and hot water. Good luck!
Posted on Jul 10, 2017
Yes it could be something other than the motor but I think you are right yo start there.Good luck and thank you
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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