Boilermate 2000 Hot water timer?

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Re: Boilermate 2000 Hot water timer?

Post  mike on Wed Oct 24, 2012 10:32 am

Not really.
Any fault codes on the ACB ?

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Re: Boilermate 2000 Hot water timer?

Post  J4m1e5 on Wed Oct 24, 2012 10:36 am

No fault codes. Do you think i need a new ACB so that it outputs 230v to the dhw pump when required. I dont want to go ahead and buy one straight away and its a waste of money but the issue seems to be that when the terminal from the dhw pump are connected to the ACB in the right place that it only outputs 75v which in turn is t enough to power the pump?

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Re: Boilermate 2000 Hot water timer?

Post  mike on Wed Oct 24, 2012 10:46 am

May well be.
But if have have fitted the wrong pump too?
Perhaps a call to the Gledhill tech line @ 60p per minute (land line)
Could put your mind at rest.
It could be the other sensor, try gently moving the sensor cable whilst running the hot water near the sensor its self as that is where they fail.

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Re: Boilermate 2000 Hot water timer?

Post  J4m1e5 on Wed Oct 24, 2012 10:53 am

It looks to me that the pump is standard? Whats the difference? And the end of the day, i would imagine, when you switch the hot tap on there should be a 230v supply to the pump and in getting 75v.

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Re: Boilermate 2000 Hot water timer?

Post  mike on Wed Oct 24, 2012 11:28 am

This will be my last reply to you as I feel that I am wasting my time.
If you read the link I gave you ref the 15/50 pumps.
Which includes a part copy of the email from Gledhill Parts.
Then you will have your answer.
It tells you what the difference is.
That is why I put that WARNING on the site ref parts.
As I see this mistake over and over again.
Thus I fit the proper pump which is more money.
But the cheaper version is NOT suitable.
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Re: Boilermate 2000 Hot water timer?

Post  J4m1e5 on Wed Oct 24, 2012 11:44 am

Your not getting what i mesn though. Do i go and spend £200 on a new pump thats only going to get a 75v supply to it. Or £200 on a ACB.

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Re: Boilermate 2000 Hot water timer?

Post  scorp on Fri Nov 02, 2012 9:39 am

J4m1e5 wrote:Your not getting what i mesn though. Do i go and spend £200 on a new pump thats only going to get a 75v supply to it. Or £200 on a ACB.
If you installed wrong pump then you HAVE to buy correct one. On my system on that pump voltage doesn't go higher than 120-130V and usually around 80V as far as I remember. I don't know how you had hot water with wrong pump(again, if it is wrong), I suspect brand new pump can work a bit out of spec for a while, don't know.
P.S. I just found your original topic http://gledhill-repairs.forumotion.net/t1275-new-house-with-boilermate-2000-no-hot-water#4377 and see that you didn't really have hot water after changing pump. Make sure that pump for hot water you installed is correct.

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Re: Boilermate 2000 Hot water timer?

Post  J4m1e5 on Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:25 am

Thanks for the reply. I ended up getting a new PCB which didnt solve the problem. Ive ordered a new pump, the xb004 one, so hopefully thtl do it!!

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