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A customer has just purchased this video doorbell and asked me to fit to the existing chime, but It appears to be incompatible.
I only have mains and push button connections. There is no access to the transformer terminals.
Does anyone know of an all in one transformer/chime...
Could someone please help me on the wiring:
I have oil central heating and am looking to remove my programmer and replace with a nest thermostat, just need help wiring the heat link. Please see attached pictures
This is my first post here. I'm just lookig for a bit of advice as to whether it's possible for me to instal a Nest Gen 2 heating controller with my existing (old) heating system.
I currently have a Baxi Bermuda Inset 2 back boiler which is controlled by a Potterton EP2002...
Apologies if this is dealt with elsewhere, but I haven't seen anything.
I'm fitting a new bird nesting box which contains a wireless camera. It will be attached to a battery which will in turn be attached to a solar panel. I'm hoping to avoid the need to constantly bring the battery in to...
got a holiday let that wants to control heating from their home as people leave it on etc.
setup is s plan upstairs HW and heating(rads) , with stat up there for heating
downstairs two zoned UFH, bathroom and Lounge
ive priced up the polypipe stuff, new center and stats and its...
I am currently replacing 1 of 4 Menvier M12 with a Nest Protect and need some expert advice on the (old) wiring.
I have a Menvier M12 with the following wiring:
Black - 0v (neutral)
Red - 12v (live)
White/Green - tamper zone
Blue - zone (interconnect)
Yellow - fire
As per the Nest Protect...
Happy Christmas/Holidays to all.
Want to replace the below timeclock with a Nest. System uses an oil boiler and an immersion heater for the water. Heating fully controlled by existing timeclock, no thermostats.
Am I right in saying I will replace...
Ive searched quite a bit for this problem but cant find anyone else having a similar experience. Installed a 3rd Gen Nest on a Due-tec Combi HE a Range boiler. It had no existing thermostat on it. It was controlled by a Multifit Integral 24 Hour Electro-Mechanical timer.
Everything works great...
Just about to embark on installing a Nest Hello Doorbell. There isn't a doorbell at the moment (no door bell, no doorbell chime although during the renovation cat 6 cable has been laid ), I have got a 8v-24v transformer...
I'm having a look at how to install the Nest (3rd gen) I'm I wanted to have a shot at it myself before calling in a sparky.
I have a boiler (Ideal Classic) in the kitchen together with a programmer. The existing thermostat however I think gets it's supply from the wiring junction up in...
Hi. Customer has a Heatmiser UH8 with only 4 heating zones been used. Controlled by the slimline thermostat. looking at replacing the thermostat for 4 NEST and I’m an after a wiring diagram for the installation or guidance on installing the heat links to the UH8. Each zone has + A1 A2 - Y and B
Need some help please.
Trying to install nest in my house.
So.....current set up is Combi boiler and Honeywell CM907 thermo/programmer.
Honeywell has 3 core running to it.
Brown wire in A terminal of Honeywell
Grey wire in B terminal of Honeywell.
Test shows that the grey wire...
I just installed the Nest 3rd gen into my new house, which was a bit of a mess - everything was wired straight into the old Honeywell ST7100 without any sort of junction box. It’s a Y-plan system with a (very old) Glow Worm 35F boiler, a Honeywell V4073A1039 valve and a UnitFive pump...
hi, bought a nest term hoping it would be easy enough to install
but what do you know, having a few issues
i have 2 zones and hot water tank, but only installing one nest (for now)
so wanted to replace current timer with heatlink. Took timer off wall and cant figure out what to do with wire 7...
I'm hoping someone could advise if the wiring to my current thermostat means it will work with a Nest smart thermostat? It's currently a Honeywell T6360B1028.
I've tried reading online, but the wiring to my thermostat doesn't match any of the diagrams I've seen online. Please can...
As the title says........
I ask as a plumber/gas safe guy wants to fit a new Worcester/Bosch in my moms house and has said he is going to fit a Honeywell weather compensating controls system. However I would rather my mom have the Nest as it is really easy to use. The plumber guy then got a...
Your head is probably melted with all the questions on Nest and Ring doorbells. I searched through the forum but couldnt find what I was looking for.
Basically on the consumer unit I have already got a wired door bell transformer. This chap Technical Properties ST303 -...
I bought a Nest and think i know how to fit it but want to check. I have a Glow Worm 30CXI combi boiler so only need to connect the heating side of things up and not the water.
I have located a pink and a light blue wire which appears to then connect to the wire which then links to the...
ive fitted a nest thermostat to my CH system, which i believe to be a heat only system, but cannot get it to work off the wireless stat,
it works on manual, and when in auto mode i can hear the Nest Heat link relay clicking on and off as i adjust the wireless stat but the heating doesn't come...
I have bought the following
OIL-FILLED CONVECTOR HEATER 2000W
Acova TAG-200-116-S Wall-Mounted Oil-Filled Convector Heater 2000W | Electric Radiators | Screwfix.com - https://www.screwfix.com/p/acova-tag-200-116-s-wall-mounted-oil-filled-convector-heater-2000w/76782
I want to control...
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