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Electrical wiring for central heating systems. Part 2 in the series looks at S plan wiring, a system which uses two separate valves. One valve for hot water, another for heating. Website with wiring diagrams: http://xo4.uk/?hWW Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jwflame Contact info, sending stuff in etc.: http://xo4.uk/?YTT
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Electrical wiring for central heating systems. Part 3 in the series looks at Y plan wiring, a system which uses a single 3 port valve. This has one inlet and two outlets, one for hot water, the other for central heating. The valve can be set for either outlet separately or both at the same time. Website with wiring diagrams: http://xo4.uk/?y7f Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jwflame Contact info, sending stuff in etc.: http://xo4.uk/?YTT
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***VISIT OUR SPONSORS*** http://www.traderadiators.com | http://www.grahamplumbersmerchant.co.uk | http://www.wilo.co.uk | http://www.adey.com This video covers the 3 port valve. In particular its position in a Y plan system. We also cover the basics of installing or replaceing a three port valve or head. For more information visit http://www.plumberparts.co.uk Hello and welcome to this Plumberparts video. Today, I'm going to tell you about 3-port valves that position the heating system and how to install their control heads. Basically, giving you a brief explanation. If you want anymore detailed information you'll have to contact us and go to our website at plumberparts.co.uk. Let's first have a look at the position of the 3-port valve in the heating system. This pipe here is the flow from our boiler, okay? It comes up here through the pump, is pumped up through this pipe here to our 3-port valve here, Okay? Now what the 3-port valve then does is divert hot water, either through here into the coil of the hot water tank and back out to the boiler, or, through here, which is off down to the heating system, okay, to the radiators. Now it does that according to whether it is being controlled by either the thermostat on the side of the tank, this side, or your thermostat in your room. Now, we should send it off down this side. Now that might sound simple enough but the complication comes in when you try to wire them in. For most heating engineers like me, or other people who are experienced in this, it's an easy thing to do. But if you don't know what you are doing, you can easily get in an electric shock, or the system just won't work properly at all. Now only do this if you know what you're doing and you're competent with electric, okay, and you have a tester. For God's sake don't touch anything that you haven't tested first, okay? So here's the control box. I'm just going to remove this cover. Right. So that is why you take the cover off and you look at that and you say, oh, my God, what is going on here? Once you isolate each wire, find out what it does, then you're in a much better position, okay, and you'll be able to figure it out a bit easier, with any luck. Now we can have a look at this. This is our replacement head, okay. But, I'll tell you what these wires do and basically how this works, okay, becomes sometimes there can be confusing the three-port valve type because when it's only on heating, it has to have a separate live that keeps the boiler and pump on, okay? Now, so what we have here is pretty simple. We have our standard wire here, this is our earth wire. That goes into the earth. This is our neutral, okay? Now these two here are our signal wires, okay. Now, on a two-port valve you have a live earth and a neutral, okay, and then a switch live and then a switched out, okay? So when, what happens is, is your two-port valve is livened up the motor moves round, clicks a switch, and then it turns that switch live on back to the boiler and the pump. Now, with a 3-port valve, it's a bit different. You've got your live, uh, your neutral and your earth, okay? Right, and then you have a live on, you have two lives here, okay. Now these get livened up according to what services you're looking for, okay? And they also move the motor around, right. So, say your white is your hot water, and your heating is your grey, okay, say the white moves around, the motor moves around, and then what it does, it switches the live that goes through the white, through the motor and then back out on this orange off to the boiler and the pump, right? Similarly, it works in exactly the same way for the heating system. Say it comes down, the heating system comes on, it gets signalled by the programmer, it goes through the thermostat in the room, comes back, switches down here, opens the valve, the valve makes, and then it livens up back down here, off to your boiler and your pump, to tell them to come on. The idea of having a switch in one of these motors to tell the boiler or the pump to come on, is so the boiler and the pump doesn't run when there's no flow to go to, okay. Which could result in the boiler overheating, sections cracking, heating systems over-pressurizing, and loads of problems like that, Okay? I hope you found this video somewhat informative and opens your eyes a little bit more to how 3-port valves work, where they're on the system, and why they're so important for diverting heat to the certain areas according to the thermostats that are calling for those areas to have heat. If you want anymore advice or anymore information, go to our website at plumberparts.co.uk, message on YouTube, or get hold of us through that website. I hope to see you again, and keep up to date with us, and see you soon. Thanks very much. Bye-bye.
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If you have one of the old bimetallic strip manual room thermostats, you can save money on your heating bills by fitting a digital one. Al takes you through the fitting of a new one. Buy one from my Amazon link here http://www.dereton33.com/page196.html Not the video you were looking for? Save further searching. We have over 150 plumbing/heating videos that you really can do yourself! There is also an ask `AL tab` tab on our website. http://www.dereton33.com Saved money on plumbers ? Donate here, using Al`s site link. http://www.dereton33.com/page118.html Thank you.
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***VISIT OUR SPONSORS*** http://www.traderadiators.com | http://www.grahamplumbersmerchant.co.uk | http://www.wilo.co.uk | http://www.adey.com This video covers s plan heating systems and 2 port valves. This includes their plumbing, their wiring, how they are controlled with time clock programmers and thermostats. For more information visit http://www.plumberparts.co.uk We all have dreams. Some of them are nightmares, some of them aren't. But then suddenly, out of nowhere, you wake up and I arrive like a bolt out of the blue to tell you about today's plumberparts.co.uk video. We're gonna look at S Plan systems today and the 2 port valve that's absolutely integral in an S Plan system. So get ready for the wildest journey of your plumbing life. Let's just go. So an S Plan heating system is just another way of controlling where hot water goes from the boiler. It can either go to the indirect hot water coil on the cylinder to heat hot water up that's gonna come out the taps, or it can be diverted off to heating radiators or you can have another valve that diverts off to underfloor heating or even another zone for another radiator, all individually controlled by different thermostats and time clocks. Today we're gonna look at the very simplest type of S Plan that you can have. That is, we've got one valve here that goes off to the hot water cylinder and one valve here that goes off to the radiators. But before we start, as ever, don't do any work on electrics if you're not happy and competent and you don't have an electrical tester. Always make sure everything's turned off. Always, before you remove a wire or anything like that test and make sure it's dead, okay? Because otherwise that how you'll end up. Dead! First, let's have a little wee look at the electrics. So with this cover off, here. Now as you can see, sometimes you'll go to places and the wiring's just bonkers. You know, look at that, you might think, "God, where does everything go?" But if you isolate each one like we did on the 3 Port system that I showed you a few weeks ago in the videos, we'll be able to find out where to remove each wire and where to put the new one in for the new valve. Get yourself a bit of paper and write down everything, every colour, and what block it goes to, and where it runs off to, okay? Now, there is a common principle with all control valves, that they need to be open and signal the boiler only once they're open to tell the boiler and the pump to come on. If that wasn't there, the boiler and pump could come on with the valves shut and have nowhere to dissipate their heat, could crack boiler sections and cause leaks and basically a whole hubbub of hell. Fortunately, all the manufacturers have thought of this, so when you do your wiring, you have your earth, your neutral, then you have a live feed to the motor itself so when the thermostat calls for heat and everything it will send a live to this and the motor will motor around, and then it has two wires left. Now, it's a switch, basically, that's all it is. There'll always be a constant live to this. This is why when you need to test for electrics in these things you need to be careful and make sure the constant permanent live is dead, cause it's a switched live. The only way you'll ever do that is to wire set the whole system electronically by turning it off and removing the fuse. Now, you have the live supply, you have the permanent live comin' in on one wire. When the valve opens up, it touches a smaller marker switch and sends a live back down this wire to the boiler and the pump to tell them to come on. It's the same on all these valves, okay? Sometimes the wires on different valves are different colours, but generally nowadays they've tried to make them so they're all the same so it's easier for you to change. If it is different, have a little look at the book that was supplied with the valve and make sure the wires go in the right place, then. Let's have a look at this S Plant system in situ. We'll also describe that at the office in a second. We have our boiler flow coming from here. It goes up there, just across the top to the pump, which you can see just here, and then it comes down to this T here. Now it can either go off by this valve, off to the hot water cylinder to heat the hot water or by the faulty valve that we're removing to the heating system. That's basically how an S Plan system works. They're generally controlled by a programmer and a series of thermostats. The good thing about an S Plan system is you can have as many different zones as you like. So you can have, as I said, underfloor, different radiator zones, different cylinder zones, things like that, which make it a lot easier to control the services in your home. Let's just have a quick look, schematically, about how these systems work. Imagine we have our boiler here, with our pump flowing water in that direction.
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If you have an un-vented heating system, that is with a cylinder (hot water tank) and a motorised valve and find your heating has gone off this could well be the cause. Check that the pump is working ok then suspect the 2 or 3 way motorised valve. There is a neat little trick that can restore your heating, if it is the valve. If you need a new motorised valve then I have an Amazon link on my website Al. http://www.dereton33.com/page93.html Got your own plumbing or heating problem? Ask Al at: http://www.dereton33.com If I have helped and you feel like contributing to my useless pension I have a link on my website for donations.Many thanks.Al. http://www.dereton33.com ( PS it`s ok you don`t have to ) , all subscribers very welcome. Not the video you were looking for? Save further searching. We have over 150 plumbing/heating videos that you really can do yourself! There is also an ask `AL tab` tab on our website. http://www.dereton33.co.uk
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The Sundial W Plan is designed to provide independent temperature control of both heating and domestic hot water circuits in fully pumped central heating installations. The W Plan uses a two position diverter valve which is normally installed to give priority to the domestic hot water circuit. Because the W Plan is a priority control system, it is recommended that it should not be used when there is likely to be a high hot water demand during the heating season which could lead to the space temperature dropping below comfort level. This situation is likely to occur, for example, in large family dwellings or in poorly insulated properties.
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Part 4 in the heating wiring series covers how the 3 port mid position valve works internally, allowing 3 separate positions from only 2 mains inputs. Website: http://xo4.uk/?y3P Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jwflame Contact info, sending stuff in etc.: http://xo4.uk/?YTT
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A video guide to the process for Re-setting and Re-Pairing an JG Aura Underfloor Heating control system.
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Evohome links: UK: https://amzn.to/2mB8Ndo DE: https://amzn.to/2A1ryjN FR: https://amzn.to/2uWpOCu ES: https://amzn.to/2zW9oji IT: https://amzn.to/2zWDenU CA: https://amzn.to/2A0gSlD US: https://amzn.to/2uJl1Fi Honeywell Evohome installer training course: https://youlearn.honeywelluk.com/course/evohome How to bind a Honeywell BDR91 relay box to an existing zone on an Evohome base controller. Binding a BDR91. SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR OTHER PROJECTS! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtMM9yct8wrdLEZNwLkj-2Q?sub_confirmation=1 SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR OTHER REVIEWS! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzFffRYZfabGeUY-LENfnog?sub_confirmation=1 LET'S CONNECT! techydiy ► http://www.techydiy.org Facebook ► http://facebook.com/techydiy Twitter ► http://twitter.com/techydiy Pinterest ► http://www.pinterest.com/techydiy
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Faulty honeywell timer Take out battery and refit Also see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nOWdp9kZmE Also see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hErsocrSKo8&t=25s
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We have put together a simple video which will showcase how to connect both Worcester and third party controls with our Greenstar gas boilers. Chapters 1:02 - Greenstar CDi Classic combi & system boilers 1:42 - Greenstar 27Ri and 30Ri regular boilers 2:34 - Greenstar CDi & Si Compact and Greenstar i combi & i System boilers
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Central Heating installations and fault finding made simple & easy for electricians, plumbers and apprentices. Click here to find out more: http://simpleheatingcontrols.com/learn-more Having these skills can open up a whole new career direction. We are building a course which will enable you to confidently approach any central heating problem (such as a S-plan & Y-plan wiring fault OR a thermostat installation) and will bring to light the directions then available to you e.g installing the latest heating technologies such as Nest, Honeywell, Owl etc.. visit http://www.simpleheatingcontrols.com/learn-more and we will keep you up-to-date on our course AND send you free awesome information that WILL help you in your career. Subscribe and get ahead of the game! WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
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The zero-voltage control (normally OFF) and 230v power connections behind the RX1 reciever for a gloworm 38cxi
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This video shows our faulty Honeywell ST9400C heating and hot water control unit. It gives a couple of ideas that worked for us as temporary fixes, and shows how to do a like for like swap out with a new unit (really easy)
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Motorised valve broken on your heating system? Here is how to just renew the valve motor that sits on top, or for an even cheaper job the small synchronous motor that sits inside. For a video on renewing the whole valve with the body, take this link to watch the video https://youtu.be/yrobLE86Hfk To buy a new head or motor through my Amazon link. http://www.dereton33.com/page184.html Not the video you were looking for? Save further searching. We have over 150 plumbing/heating videos that you really can do yourself! There is also an ask `AL tab` tab on our website. http://www.dereton33.co.uk
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This one is the first is short series on how the heat pump is wired and sequenced. This video is part of the heating and cooling series of training videos made to accompany my websites: www.graycoolingman.com and www.grayfurnaceman.com to pass on what I have learned in many years of service and repair. If you have suggestions or comments they are welcome. If you are a homeowner looking to repair your own appliance, understand that the voltages can be lethal, the fuels are highly flammable and high pressures are used. Know your limits.
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A short video showing how to re-establish the binding between the Y6630D wireless thermostat and the HCC60 wireless relay box Learn more about our products at http://yourhome.honeywell.com/ Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr8Ue7woBYyFF5Ki1JamUQQ?sub_confirmation=1 Follow Honeywell Home: Twitter — https://twitter.com/Honeywell_Home Facebook — https://www.facebook.com/honeywellhome LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/company/honeywell Mission: Honeywell is constantly innovating while building products and solutions designed to make life more simple and more comfortable. Company Overview: Honeywell is a Fortune 100 company that invents and manufactures technologies to address some of the world's toughest challenges linked to global macrotrends such as energy efficiency, clean energy generation, safety and security, globalization and customer productivity. With approximately 132,000 employees worldwide, including more than 22,000 engineers and scientists, we have an unrelenting focus on performance, quality, delivery, value and technology in everything we make and do. Honeywell offers home comfort, safety and energy efficiency solutions; thermostat, humidifier, ventilation, air cleaners, indoor air quality. http://www.youtube.com/HoneywellHome
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Hope you all find this useful for the self install. Although, disclaimer: It's very dangerous, and only take this on yourself if you are competent with UK electrical wiring and understand the risks. I take no responsibility for any accidents such as death due to electrocution!
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This video looks at a straightforward controls upgrade to a wireless system that will also help to improve energy efficiency. The video shows the installation of Drayton's LP722 programmer and the Digistat +1 RF non programmable wireless room thermostat.
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Honeywell ST799 http://bit.ly/1YXlrPx Honeywell ST799a Heating and Hot Water Programmer Features: Electronic programmer, 230V, SPDT, 2amp, 7 Day. Built in battery back up. Program indicator lights. 12 hour time display with am/pm indication, one or two On/Off periods per day. Interchangeable with ST799, 7 day version.
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Weather Compensating Heating Controllers which adapt your heating settings and output depending on the changing weather conditions explained by Roly Gurner, Managing Director of Eco Installers, Ely, Cambridge. The weather compensation controller is linked directly to a high technology variable speed central heating pump so that in warm conditions flow is reduced, and in cold conditions flow might be at its maximum. Used in conjunction with other energy efficient and renewable energy heat sources this combination can make a marked impact on the cost of domestic and business heating and associated facilities. Eco Installer is a recommended, accredited renewable energy services provider and installer covering Cambridgeshire and adjoining counties. Please feel free to contact them on 01353 669000 for advice, guidance and demonstrations of the very latest renewable energy heating and plumbing equipment.
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