Hi , did you use an s plan wiring guide?
Or is it smartfit
Hi , I can't understand why you would need two actuators on the hot water circuit. Have I read right?
You only need one for heating( or more depending on size of house) , and one for hot water.. I would remove the additional one. Is it wired up?
Ok , it would be worth removing it and replacing with pipe as it may be causing problems with flow.
Ok , is f3 a flow/ fault
Nit sure of your boiler , but I take it the f3 code was a flow/ overheating error?
Ok , did changing the CH actuator work?. I wonder if it could be more a fault with the control unit
Hi .it is a bit strange. Let me check with Honeywell and get back with you . I take it that fault code comes up on the programmer digital display?
To be honest smartfit arnt really used much , especially by the trade,. I've not come across that issue before. But everything fails eventually
Ok.does the heating and hot water still work afterwards?
I know there were few thing problems with bit at first
Teething , sorry ,
So when the cerror comes up , does that mean no hot water and heating?
On phone to Honeywell technical. Could be a while . just want to see if they shed some light on it will get back to you soon as
Your welcome , have been on hold to Honeywell tech for a while . might need to call tomorrow as this is the time heating engineers start panicking and calling them
Put hash before or it won't come up. I will have to call them tomorrow, its been 40 mins and no luck .