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Honeywell T6360B1028 Room Thermostat, 230/240V, White, 1

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The product Honeywell Home T6360B1028 is a room thermostat with 240V in white colour. The T6360 is a mains voltage room thermostat designed to give automatic temperature control of domestic wet central heating systems. This shows only three wires rather than the four I have. It seems obvious that Brown (Live) should go to terminal 1 and Blue (Neutral) to terminal 2. But I'm unclear on the other two wires, especially as the green/yellow one - which I'd normally expect to be Earth - appears not to be used as Earth here.

Honeywell Home T6360B Room Thermostat Wired - 230V

I've bought a new digital thermostart which just needs live and switched live. Assume this would YELLOW (live) and RED (switched live)?I've just replaced my old Honeywell T6360 room stat as the old one stopped working. I'm not very experienced in matters of electricity so to make things easy for myself, I simply bought a brand new one (i.e. the same model) so i could just copy over the wiring. All went fine. Just one query - the new Honeywell T6360 has a small LED on it with is illuminated when the unit "calls for heat". I was just wondering if there is an easy way of using my existing wiring to connect up the LED, or if additional wiring is needed? With its compact and unobtrusive design, the Honeywell T6360 thermostat blends seamlessly into any room decor. It is built to last, with quality materials ensuring durability and reliability over time.

Honeywell T6360B1028 Room Thermostat, 230/240V, White, 1

Might not be that difficult to someone who knows what they are doing but the guy didnt know the difference between a live and neutral even with the diagram. And knows his capabilities. Also, once I have done this and have the wireless thermostat connected, Do I just keep the integrated mechanical timer on constant rather than disconnect it and I can programme the times and temps from my phone.The Prog Stat does both these jobs, and - once set - you don't have to twiddle anything unless you wanted the heating to stay on later, for example. But the point of it is, it'll turn the heat up and down to WHATEVER temp you want at whatever time. It's a straight swap, the diagrams you posted show that the terminals of the old and new thermostats have exactly the same function number for number [1 is live, 2 is neutral, 3 is switched live] Currently, the earth wire (yellow/green) goes to the earth connection, neutral (blue) goes to connection 3 and the live (brown) wire goes to connection 1.

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The wiring info for the room state can be found here > http://content.honeywell.com/uk/homes/Catalogue/Heating Controls/2.17 T6360.pdf Hope you can clarify/help with wiring for Honeywell T6360B Room Thermostat ( http://www.screwfix.com/p/honeywell-t6360b-room-thermostat/26159#) as a replacement for an antique 1980's Sunvic device. Thanks everyone, super helpful as I can't say this is a subject matter I know anything about! Hmm perhaps a prog stat might be a little bit of overkill then as do all my programming on the boiler at the moment and that all seems to be working fine.if so, it becomes more complicated. This is really for systems where there isn't an existing wired thermostat and the thermostat installation is from scratch. So to answer your question, if you do have the Wiser with the control box, the best way forward would probably be to exchange it for the wired version.

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