honeywell T6360 thermastat
Hi guys,my lad has bought this old house and one of the faults is that the heating system dosen't switch off, I suspect the stat.....what should I check for on the stat? any help please would be great.
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You mention the "heating system" won't shut off. Exactly what is being controlled by this thermostat? This model is a "line voltage" thermostat. It is used to directly control a line voltage heater such as an electric baseboard. Therefore, these answers assume it is connected to an electric baseboard:
Here is one troubleshooting check from Honeywell, relating to the relay contacts becoming welded together.
Do you have the T6360A, B, or C? I will post the wiring diagram for you.
Here are other possible reasons it won't shut off:
Hi Willis, thanks for your reply, the model is an 'A' and I will try and find what is suggested and hope to post reply soon.cheers
I am not at all familiar with european electrical devices or practices, so please understand my comments are/were based on USA materials and methods.
I see that this tstat is used in other applications as mentioned in the instructions:
The T4360/T6360 range of thermostatsload) is required.
are designed to provide automatic
ON/OFF control for gas valves,
circulation pumps, relays and zone
valves in all heating, cooling, or
heating/cooling installations where
single or changeover switching up to
10 A (resistive load) or 3 A (inductive
Maybe someone else can help you with this.
Here is the wiring diagram from the T6360A in the UK (from Honeywell).
won't be able to lokk at the t stat till Sat morn, I'll apply your answer to the prob and see what comes up, many thanks willis.
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