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#270075 22-Apr-2020 09:08
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I know they don't make them anymore,

 

but asking here first in case someone has one or two sitting around ?

 

 

Thanks

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  #2467611 22-Apr-2020 09:16
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You're better off just getting a new thermostat from the likes of Hotwire.https://www.theheatingcompany.co.nz/product/touch-screen-thermostat-white/

 

I had one a while back that I sent to someone on here looking for one but they aren't reliable pieces of kit (the siemens) 

 

Just make sure you get an electrician to install it.

 

 


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  #2468011 22-Apr-2020 18:23
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We recently replaced ours with Siemens RDE100.1 I got on Trademe. I have two RDE 20.1 here, so let me know what you decide and I can make a plan to get them to you.


 
 
 
 




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  #2468310 23-Apr-2020 08:37
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@snnet with the one you mentioned or this one

 

https://www.theheatingcompany.co.nz/product/digital-programmable-thermostat/

 

would they be able to use the exsiting temp probe thats in the floor already?

 

 

 

 

 

snnet:

You're better off just getting a new thermostat from the likes of Hotwire.https://www.theheatingcompany.co.nz/product/touch-screen-thermostat-white/

 

I had one a while back that I sent to someone on here looking for one but they aren't reliable pieces of kit (the siemens) 

 

Just make sure you get an electrician to install it.

 

 




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  #2468311 23-Apr-2020 08:39
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@cychronz

 

what do you want for them?

 

 

cychronz:

We recently replaced ours with Siemens RDE100.1 I got on Trademe. I have two RDE 20.1 here, so let me know what you decide and I can make a plan to get them to you.


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  #2468412 23-Apr-2020 09:51
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Mavarick: @snnet with the one you mentioned or this one https://www.theheatingcompany.co.nz/product/digital-programmable-thermostat/ would they be able to use the exsiting temp probe thats in the floor already?
snnet:

 

You're better off just getting a new thermostat from the likes of Hotwire.https://www.theheatingcompany.co.nz/product/touch-screen-thermostat-white/

 

I had one a while back that I sent to someone on here looking for one but they aren't reliable pieces of kit (the siemens) 

 

Just make sure you get an electrician to install it.

 

 

 

 

Yes - any combination of thermostat / probe will work - assuming the probe is still OK. Sometimes they go bad - in which case you'll have to rely on the air sensor


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  #2468413 23-Apr-2020 09:51
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Mavarick: @snnet with the one you mentioned or this one https://www.theheatingcompany.co.nz/product/digital-programmable-thermostat/ would they be able to use the exsiting temp probe thats in the floor already?
snnet:

 

You're better off just getting a new thermostat from the likes of Hotwire.https://www.theheatingcompany.co.nz/product/touch-screen-thermostat-white/

 

I had one a while back that I sent to someone on here looking for one but they aren't reliable pieces of kit (the siemens) 

 

Just make sure you get an electrician to install it.

 

 

 

 

Yes - any combination of thermostat / probe will work - assuming the probe is still OK. Sometimes they go bad - in which case you'll have to rely on the air sensor




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  #2468554 23-Apr-2020 12:32
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@snnet,

 

The Heating co reckon my temp probe isnt compatible with their TH1 unit,

 

although the TH1 look the same as the RDE20.1 but digital

 
 
 
 


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  #2468574 23-Apr-2020 12:45
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Mavarick: @snnet, The Heating co reckon my temp probe isnt compatible with their TH1 unit, although the TH1 look the same as the RDE20.1 but digital

 

Weird, they're just sensor probes. When I used to do underfloor heating we used any brand probe with any brand thermostat

 

 


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