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Honeywell T6360B1028 Room Thermostat, 230/240V, White, 1

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I have looked at how to connect the wireless receiver to the boiler and my first issue is that the instructions advise that there should be a bridge between terminals 1 & 2 - There are actually two sperate wires in these terminals which I understand to be from my thermostat supply in terminal 1 and switch in terminal 2. It's a straight swap, the diagrams you posted show that the terminals of the old and new thermostats have exactly the same function number for number [1 is live, 2 is neutral, 3 is switched live] The thermostat comes with a range of customizable settings, allowing users to program heating and cooling schedules to suit their needs. This helps to maximize comfort and energy efficiency, as the thermostat can be set to automatically adjust temperatures based on specific time periods throughout the day.

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That does sound like a faulty 'stat all right, tho' I guess other things could cause similar symptoms (tho' not sure what!) The wire isn't connected to anything useful at the other end and terminal 4 has just been used to 'park' the wire.However, it's unusual that there's a wire connected to terminal 4. This terminal is only made live when there is no demand for heating, so it could mean:

Honeywell Home T6360B Room Thermostat T6360B1028

Can someone give me advise on the best way forward. Do I simply disconnect these two wires from terminasl 1 & 2 within my boiler and then connect the wireless receiver as per the Tado instructions? I assume I would then need to disconnect wires from the thermostat itself? Happy to provide pictures of how the thermostat is connected if required. The T6360 thermostat is compatible with a wide range of heating and cooling systems, including gas and oil boilers, electric heating systems, and air conditioning units. It can be easily installed and wired, making it a convenient choice for both professional installers and DIY enthusiasts. With its compact and unobtrusive design, the Honeywell T6360 thermostat blends seamlessly into any room decor. It is built to last, with quality materials ensuring durability and reliability over time.

I bought the starter kit thinking the thermstat could be wired in to replace my Honeywell.... The fact it's wireless thermostat wasn't a big enough clue for me. A room thermostat controls the heating in your home. If the room's temperature drops below your chosen temperature, the thermostat will switch on. Once the room has reached the chosen temperature, the thermostat will turn the heating off, preventing overheating and reducing energy consumption. This can help reduce your home's energy consumption. The Honeywell T6360 thermostat is a temperature control device used in residential and commercial settings. It allows users to easily adjust and maintain desired room temperatures. The thermostat features a simple and intuitive interface, making it user-friendly and easy to operate.

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A Prog Stat looks chust like a room stat and is easy to set up. You then leave the boiler's timer at ON all the time, and the Prog Stat takes over control.

At the moment I guess your timer is mounted on the boiler, so that does things like switch ON at 7am and OFF at 9am and ON at 5pm and OFF at 11pm, for example? The Honeywell T6360 is a programmable electronic room thermostat used to control heating within a domestic or small commercial environment. It works by measuring the air temperature within its location and then maintaining it at the level set by the user. This thermostat is designed to improve overall energy efficiency by allowing users to easily control the temperature of their space.

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