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    • lovesgshp
    • By lovesgshp 6th Jan 11, 7:18 PM
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    Ground Source Heat Pumps
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    • 6th Jan 11, 7:18 PM
    Ground Source Heat Pumps 6th Jan 11 at 7:18 PM
    If anyone wants info on these, then please let me know, as have had one for over 5 years.
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    • lovesgshp
    • By lovesgshp 14th Jan 18, 6:34 PM
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    If with the capital letter, then that is active for the heating peak each week.
    If you scroll through the rest of the days, what do they show?
    Last edited by lovesgshp; 14-01-2018 at 6:51 PM.
    As Manuel says in Fawlty Towers: " I Know Nothing"
    • JHen
    • By JHen 14th Jan 18, 8:02 PM
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    All the days are Uppercase and "off"
    • JHen
    • By JHen 20th Jan 18, 8:25 AM
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    All the days are Uppercase and "off"
    Originally posted by JHen
    So should I change this so they are not "off" during the evening ?
    • beardymarrow
    • By beardymarrow 21st Jan 18, 1:11 PM
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    So should I change this so they are not "off" during the evening ?
    Originally posted by JHen
    Hi J, Sorry for the delay. Is this menu 4.1 where every day is in Uppercase and then says "off"?

    lowercase means that the HP does not lower its temperature on that day (Clock setting HP according to clock is off). Uppercase means that it lowers its temperature during the times shown(Clock setting HP according to clock is on), so I don't understand how it can show for example "Mo Off", it should show "Mo 22:00-06:00" for example which means that the HP will lower its temperature between 22:00 and 06:00. It lowers it by the amount in 4.1.1.

    Personally, I have played with these settings and found that it was counter productive to have the HP drop its temp overnight. In a well insulated house it takes so long for the actual temp to drop in the house that by the time it has it's morning again and the HP then has to work doubly hard to get back to temperature. More efficient and more comfortable, I have found, for my house, to keep the temperature constant 24x7, and just use the TRV in the bedroom to keep that room cool.

    Hope that makes sense

    Beardy
    • JHen
    • By JHen 22nd Jan 18, 8:20 AM
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    All the days are Uppercase and "off"
    Originally posted by JHen
    Beardy - Many thanks.

    I have set these all back to lowercase for now, so I'll see how this works out.
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