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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 4:40 pm 
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Hi,

Is my previous topic on how to wire up the Honeywell CM 927 Thermostat closed now ? The last activity was early September 2012. The link for that post is this

how-to-install-a-room-thermostat-on-my-condensing-boiler-t50478-90.html

The reason I asked this is because last Sunday, I posted a question there, but I did not get any response, which is very unusual as in the past, I tend to get a very swift response.

The question I posted there is how to wire up the existing wiring to fire up my central heating heater if the room stat should fail.

Any clarification will b greatly appreciated.

Many thanks.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 4:46 pm 
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The thread you have linked to isn't locked/closed :scratch:

Most threads will be locked after a month or so of inactivity.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 6:19 pm 
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moderator2 wrote:
The thread you have linked to isn't locked/closed :scratch:

Most threads will be locked after a month or so of inactivity.


Noted. Thanks. So I was just a couple days before the thread is closed. :)


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You can always ask for a closed thread to be re-opened. Just click on the red exclamation mark at the bottom right of a post (This is the alert moderator button which can be used to report spam or to request the thread moved or to ask for a locked thread to be re-opened)


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Yes but they will always unlock it, if you beg them nicely. :lol:

bit slow there scruff :roll:


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moderator2 wrote:
You can always ask for a closed thread to be re-opened. Just click on the red exclamation mark at the bottom right of a post (This is the alert moderator button which can be used to report spam or to request the thread moved or to ask for a locked thread to be re-opened)


Thanks. That is very useful to know for future reference


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