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Sorry I won’t be around for a couple of days, thanks for the advice.
I see what you mean the CN9 connector houses the flue stat, cab stat, flow stat, water pressure stat plus a thermal fuse. I can make a link from sleeving and wire to join terminals together, but which ones to join, I’ve only got a schematic diagram.
Two questions: how do I know that the pump is running at full speed apart from the visual representation telling me the boiler is at max?
Why is there no alarm present when both CH and HW are running together or when the modulation drops from maximum?