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Replacing boiler controls

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ess39

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1-Nov-12 19:29

I'm considering changing my boiler controls from a clockwork type to a digital one. I specifically want to be able to program on/off times on different days and have an 'advance' button for central heating. My boiler is a Worcester Greenstar 42CDi and the current controller is a MD10. How much would it cost to supply and fit a replacement? The current setup has a wired thermostat in the hall if that makes a difference.

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Which? Thomas

Wimbledon, London

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2-Nov-12 11:58

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Hi ess39,

We recently did a cost survey with heating engineers and you may be pleased to hear we actually asked them to quote for a thermostat replacement. You can click here to see the average prices for heating work. Let us know how you get on.

Thanks,

Thomas

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Joe Waller

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2-Nov-12 22:01

Originally posted by: ess39 : View

I'm considering changing my boiler controls from a clockwork type to a digital one. I specifically want to be able to program on/off times on different days and have an 'advance' button for central heating. My boiler is a Worcester Greenstar 42CDi and the current controller is a MD10. How much would it cost to supply and fit a replacement? The current setup has a wired thermostat in the hall if that makes a difference.

Hi. you need a DT10 optimiser,

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