Replacing heat sensor, problems with unplugging electronics

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Replacing heat sensor, problems with unplugging electronics

Post  LDN80 on Wed Jul 20, 2011 12:12 pm

Hi all,

Following the forums I have found the problem of my hot/cold shower, to be the heat sensor and bought a new one. Even the plummer that 'repaired' did not know it could be that thing. Now I am changing it and have problems unplugging the 3 little plugs from the wago connector, any way to do that easy and without force??

Thank you all very much

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Post  LDN80 on Wed Jul 20, 2011 12:39 pm

Sorry everybody, posted too quickly)

Yes you should use some heat paste around the threaded joint!

You should be removing the connections at the pcb board not the pump!

1, Make sure you isolate at the mains electricity,
2, Disconnect the orange connect plug from the pcb board.
3, using a small flat screwdriver insert in slot next the cable connection and the cable will come free, then install new connections in reverse order.

Kind regards

Gary
MK Group Ltd

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You should do Gary says

Post  sunny.sahdev on Tue Sep 24, 2013 4:48 am

Safety is very important when working on this. Do as Gary says and you should be fine and have your system restored to working condition.

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