New to systemate 2000 do I have a problem?

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New to systemate 2000 do I have a problem?

Post  stewart w on Sat Feb 01, 2014 10:13 am

My father in law has just moved to an assisted living, one bedroom apartment. The glow worm boiler in the kitchen is linked to a systemate 2000. The airing cupboard where the unit is situated has a constant temp of about 55 DEGREE C . Thus the airing cupboard and unit within seems to be acting as the central heating! He has been in the apartment for just over a week and we have yet to feel any heat coming from the radiators. Plus the hot water seems to me to be too hot, compared with a conventional system. The room stat is set at 19 but to my mind is irrelevant as the unit itself is churning out so much heat.
Would appreciate your opinion.
Stew


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Re: New to systemate 2000 do I have a problem?

Post  mike on Mon Feb 03, 2014 1:01 pm

It is a thermal store so will be hot.
DHW should be 50 to 55.
Which again is hot.
Talk to the neighbours.
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