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The head of the thermostat flies across the room


Macschimmi
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For a short time the thermostat head has been loosening from the fixing screw again and again. 

What can I do against it ?

The heating actuator is new and cannot be the cause. 

According to the heating engineer, this can also be operated freely

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Hello,

if someone pulled the head from the thermostat it had demaged.  Are the snaps of the Fibaro thermostat demaged? 

 

Sind die Rastnasen beschädigt oder abgeschabt? Ist der Pin des Thermostates wirklich leichtgängig? Eventuell mit einer anderen Heizung vergleichen ob der Monteur richtig liegt. 

 

 

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  • I don't see now whether the noses on the other thermostats are more or less worn, unfortunately this jumps down in other rooms as well

     

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    Die Ventile sind alle letztes Jahr neu reingekommen, denke nicht das die nun schon schwergängig sind. Leider habe ich das auch schon mit einem Fibaro Thermostat direkt nach Kauf gehabt ?

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