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I have a Baxi 105e and a Drayton Digistat wireless controller. The problem lies between the transmitter RF3 and the Receiver SCR. The Receiver is indicating there is a fault as the 'alarm' light is constantly on. The only way to operate the boiler is to override the alarm button but then the temperature and timing cannot be controlled.

I checked the instructions and removed the batteries from the transmitter as suggested but this hasn't made any difference. I also tried turning it off for a length of time but again this made no difference. I called out a plumber but he had no idea! Any help with this would be really appreciated ! I need to try and fix it myself if possible

Thanks

 

:confused::confused::help:

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Have you checked if either of the companies have customer helplines? many do and that'd probably be a good place to start if you want to do it yourself.

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Contact Micky ET from this forum, very knowledgable.

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Sounds like batteries need changing, common fault with these models.

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Sounds like batteries need changing, common fault with these models.
A flat battery is a condition, not a fault.

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Can def recommend Mickey ET - check the boiler mega thread for his details.

 

My boiler broke a couple of weeks ago and he came and fixed it as soon as he could.

Great service

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wow thanks for all the support fixed the problem

 

thanks again

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wow thanks for all the support fixed the problem

 

thanks again

 

and the problem was....................?

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and the problem was....................?

 

As was initially said before all the faffing about.....flat batteries. :)

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