The boiler has been brought back to life

The new parts for the combi-boiler arrived today. The thermostat is in two parts: a temperature sensor (including a programmer) that I’ve positioned in our downstairs hallway, which then connects by RF to the second part:  a receiving unit (switch) next to the boiler. They are now both communicating with one another and the central heating is now coming on okay. Finally, I removed the automatic air vent and replaced it. Job done! 🙂

I reckon that since we bought our new boiler in 2006 I’ve done so much repair work on it that I could set up as central heating engineer when we get back from our trip north.

About Cameron Speirs

Born and brought up in the Scottish Highlands, Cameron, has been interested in outdoor pursuits since he was a wee lad. Over the last few decades he has climbed extensively in the Italian Dolomites as well as summiting the Matterhorn and several other 4000m alpine peaks. Closer to home he has spent many wonderful weekends mountaineering and biking in Snowdonia, Cairngorms, Glen Coe, Skye and Lochaber.
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