Worcester 24i timer connection

Discussion in 'Electricians' Talk' started by Barry mccardle, Nov 9, 2018.

  1. Barry mccardle

    Barry mccardle New Member

    Is this wired properly? Should the live and neutral not go to 1&2?
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  2. Mike83

    Mike83 Active Member

    L and N to 1 and 2 is correct.
     
  3. Barry mccardle

    Barry mccardle New Member

    Thanks for the quick reply.
    But white is in no2? White is not neutral, is it?
     
  4. Mike83

    Mike83 Active Member

    Could be neutral. Colours don’t mean much to some people
     
  5. Mike83

    Mike83 Active Member

    If it’s working or has been working then it’s correct
     
  6. Barry mccardle

    Barry mccardle New Member

    That’s the problem. My boiler went on the blink. Got a spark to try and change the board, he did not know what he was doing (so he could have messed with this) so I got a heating engineer to change the board and he did and said the timer was not working which was ok as I never used it but now I’m selling house and the new guy wants it fixed so I bought a new timer and it’s still the same. (Boiler works just the timer doesn’t)
    Hope that makes sense.
     
  7. Mike83

    Mike83 Active Member

    Take a picture of the other end of the cable
     
  8. peter palmer

    peter palmer Well-Known Member

    This is the integral clock I take it, the one which clips to the front of the boiler? If so the internal wiring of the boiler could be any colour they chose to use.
     
  9. Barry mccardle

    Barry mccardle New Member

    Thanks guys. Problem solved.
    Spark took the front of the boiler off and the other end of the timer cable was not connected to anything.
    2min job.
     

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