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Buderus with logamatic R 2107
Recently moved to a new house. Previously had propane forced air. Now I moved in with a German and have no clue what do with her apparently.
We have a buderus oil boiler with a logamatic R 2107 and an attached Buderus logalux s-120 hot water heater. 2 zones one first and one second floor.
I replaced the manual Honeywell's with two nest thermostats that we received as a gift. I'm struggling to figure out exactly how this system works with the thermostats if it does at all. So here goes...
My understanding of the logamatic is it's basically a programmable thermostat for the heating that does a bunch of stuff for everything else (I'm not worried about hot water that's working great).
Can I use the NESTs with the logamatic? Two wires is all I had. Attached W1 and Rh. Just matched with previous thermostat.
Is there a way to override the logamatic scheduling to just accept instructions from the thermostat for heating.
Heating on average takes about a degree an hour? Is that normal for baseboard radiators? Are baseboard fine and pipes supposed to be hot to the touch? Not just luke warm.
Upstairs gets wicked hot at night around 2 or 3 am (even before nests). However one bedroom is always cold. Any suggestions. I tried bleeding the line upstairs already.
I appreciate the help. We have 5 boys (you'd think that's enough hot air to heat the place) and I'd rather not pay to have someone come out before Christmas. I did some research but it appears to be really difficult to find any information on this thing.