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Plumber is wrong. End of.Need to wire a supply to combi with LNE connections, and 2 volt free cores for room stat.
I don't really see why I can't use 5 core flex for this, as all cores insulated to 500v, but plumber insisting they need to be in separate flexes...any thoughts?
Out of interest what Worcester? I haven’t touched one for a little while now, but I’ve never come across a Worcester with a volt free connection.Cheers,
This is a Worcester. Will get him to check mi tomorrow and see if this is what he's on about...annoying if I need to run in a second flex though!
I’m doing 2/3 Worcester’s a week at the moment and none of the current models need a volt free roomstat, they are all 240V for standard controls.Out of interest what Worcester? I haven’t touched one for a little while now, but I’ve never come across a Worcester with a volt free connection.
And I thought I was joking when I posted.Ha! Bonding will be the next issue...gas being run external to new location, no bonding at present, my plan to bond at new entry point so same chasing region as flex...let's see if he wants it at the meter at the other side of the house!