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Posted by Dave on February 06, 2006 at 18:11:17:
In Reply to: Re: wiring boiler/ergomax in my situation posted by HeatPro on February 06, 2006 at 13:32:32:
Doing it this way will mean the only temperature control would be the HeatManager, as a constant demand for heat from the radiant floor thermostat would keep the burner and circulator on for 6 months (your just-found new information today.)
+++Let me explain how we run the radiant floor....Maybe there is a better way. We have a wall thermostat (Honeywell round in the master bath). It controls the radiant floor. Probably would have been better to have thermostat embedded in floor, but hindsight is 20/20. The floor alone will not heat the room, so we also have the hydroair in there blowing warm air through the ducts. I set the floor thermostat to 2 degrees higher than the warmest temp the room gets on a cold day. (hydroair usually heats room to 70 degrees in AM). I have the thermostat for the floor set to air temp of 72. Therefore, floor runs all the time until spring when the room gets warmer than 72 from sunlight, etc.
Thanks for your understanding.
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