Worcester Bosch Greenstar 30 CDi Classic + EasyControl - how to replace with Wireless Strtr Kit?
Hi all, I've been chatting to Tado support, who confirmed that my heating system is compatible with the Tado wireless starter kit, but they advised I'd need a heating engineer to install it.
I had an engineer visit yesterday, who took one look at my setup and advised that it was non-standard and they didn't have the experience to tackle the job.
So, ideally looking for help/advice on whether it really is compatible, and if it is, some general guidance on how to go about connecting it.
My setup -
Worcester Bosch Greenstar 30 CDi Classic System Erp system boiler with a hot water tank, the hot water is delivered under pressure.
I was sold it as a 'system' boiler, but looking at the install guide, I suspect it's a combi boiler with an optional internal diverter valve fitted for the hot water cylinder. I cannot see any other valves (3-way etc) anywhere.
My current programmer/thermostat is a Bosch EasyControl, that is wired directly to the boiler, where I can programme schedules for both heating and hot water. This is installed to the hallway wall, but my plan with the wireless starter kit is to move the thermostat function into the living room (away from the cold hall).
Has anyone connected to or replaced anything similar? Is it a straight-forward replacement job (assuming you get the re-wiring correct), or is it more complicated than that? Can one of the professional installer guides be followed for this setup?
The heating engineer didn't seem to expect that my existing Bosch EasyControl appeared to be using low voltage cabling, is that an issue when attempting to replace it with the Tado?
Thanks in advance,