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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 11:24 am 
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Swapped the head on TRV as wife's bedroom radiator always warm when heating running, it was still warm so swapped spacer shim for thin one, still warm, could hear valve motor strain as it came to end of travel so think it is travelling far enough, so it would seem valve is faulty?

Valve is a Honeywell VT15 and head is an Energenie MiHome I have that feeling likely best option is change valve, but hard to get access, and it would mean new inhibitor if draining down to change valve in bedroom, downstairs I would just try to change quickly with carpet washer standing by, but up stairs do not want to risk it.

So any advice welcome.

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