HONEYWELL CENTRAL HEATING VALVE V4043H

Discussion in 'UK DIY' started by tc3man1, Jul 21, 2003.

  1. tc3man1

    tc3man1 Guest

    Can anyone help please.

    The hot water on our central heating system is not working and I have
    tracked the problem back to the micro-switch in the Honeywell valve(it
    was corroded and basically fell apart!). I can find plenty of places
    to replace the whole head but I would prefer to replace just the
    switch. It has a reference number on it of - V94234GJX54. Does
    anybody know where I can buy one - preferably mail order or around the
    London area?

    Thanks in anticipation
     
    tc3man1, Jul 21, 2003
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  2. tc3man1

    geoff Guest

    In message <>, tc3man1
    <> writes
    >Can anyone help please.
    >
    >The hot water on our central heating system is not working and I have
    >tracked the problem back to the micro-switch in the Honeywell valve(it
    >was corroded and basically fell apart!). I can find plenty of places
    >to replace the whole head but I would prefer to replace just the
    >switch. It has a reference number on it of - V94234GJX54. Does
    >anybody know where I can buy one - preferably mail order or around the
    >London area?
    >
    >Thanks in anticipation


    It's just a standard microswitch available from most electronics
    suppliers
    --
    geoff
     
    geoff, Jul 22, 2003
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  3. tc3man1

    tc3man1 Guest

    fred <> wrote in message news:<s8LrTGARYEH$>...
    > In article <>,
    > tc3man1 <> writes
    > >The hot water on our central heating system is not working and I have
    > >tracked the problem back to the micro-switch in the Honeywell valve(it
    > >was corroded and basically fell apart!). I can find plenty of places
    > >to replace the whole head but I would prefer to replace just the
    > >switch. It has a reference number on it of - V94234GJX54. Does
    > >anybody know where I can buy one - preferably mail order or around the
    > >London area?

    > It looks like a standard V3 microswitch with button actuator but has small
    > solder terminals. These are ten a penny (well one a quid) from just about
    > anywhere, but generally come with spade terminals which you would have
    > to cut down & solder to.
    >
    > Maplin http://www.maplin.co.uk code GW71N 99p
    > RS http://rswww.com code 159-4534 £1.60 + vat
    >
    > btw, capitals in the subject line won't make you many friends, it's
    > considered SHOUTING and a bit rude . . . . hth


    Thanks for the info - the part's on order! No offence intended re the Caps!
     
    tc3man1, Jul 22, 2003
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