Appliance Repair Questions? Ask a Technician for Answers ASAP
Hello, welcome to the Technical section in JustAnswer; my name is ***** ***** I will help you today.Unfortunately this sound like a dead CP715Si. Have you been in touch with the landlord?_____If you receive a phone call offer, please ignore it - these are system generated and outside my control. My understanding is that you won't be charged if there's no phone call.
I am not a fan of these Danfoss products.
If you’re feeling adventurous, you could power off the heating circuit and check all the hard-wired connections. If there’s a loose connection somewhere it might account for the randomness.
Please note that I’m about to be away from my desk for a couple of hours.
I can’t speak on the phone at the moment - at the outset I recommended ignoring the phone call offer.
I’ll send you the written guidance to unmount the Danfoss unit, then you do it at your own pace.
Do you have a programmer as well?
Good work! I'm back at my desk so will send you information ASAP...
Hi Anja, I'm sincerely ***** ***** have left you hanging. I haven't forgotten about you, and will post as soon as I'm back from a quick trip to the supermarket.
Yes indeed. Believe it or not, I just started typing them as you posted :-)
Oh dear, it has been one of those weekends :-/Anyway, the instructions are very simple:1. To remove the unit from the backplate, loosen the two screws on the bottom edge of the unit, and hinge it upwards, then away from the wall.2. I expect you will see 4 wires connected, to terminals "N", "L", "3", and "4".Take a photo of the connections before you disturb anything.3. With the power off, loosen one terminal screw, check that none of the insulation is trapped under the screw, then re-tighten.4. Repeat step 3 for each terminal, one at a time.5. Reverse step 1 to re-attach the thermostat._____That's it.
I'm still working, then at midnight I start a sporting event that I've entered ;-)Please let me know the outcome of your connections, and if it's right we'll sort it out.
I meant to say "if it's not right..." !