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    Any advice on the Honeywell CM927 Thermostat?

    Heating Engineers

    Hi all, I need to replace the thermostat for my boiler and the gas engineer recommended the Honeywell CM928, but it seems like there are a lot of negative reviews online. Does anyone have any experience with this and with any of the common problems? For example the LCD screen not working properly

    Asked by Catherine on 7th Mar 2019
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    nlt plumbing and heating

    "Like everything there is always negative reviews but I’ve never had a problem"

    Answered on 18th May 2019 - Member since May 2019 - report
    A2Z Star Heating and Plumbing Solutions

    "Hi. The Honeywell brand has some good quality thermostats however I think some of the versions from 2010 have had some issues. ESI are good quality, long lasting thermostats too. But if you prefer Honeywell then check the reviews on the make/version you are interested in.
    Hope that helps."

    Answered on 28th Feb 2021 - Member since Dec 2020 - report
    Green homes energy services

    "Great value for money easy to use and to install good value for money and in a lot of shops"

    Answered on 12th May 2020 - Member since May 2019 - report
    Sheffield Heating Services

    "Hi, Yeah, this version of this model from around 2010 had these problems, but the current versions do not have any of these problems. Just make sure with your engineer that this will be a newer version & not those old 2010 early versions. There may be newer versions available for you nowadays anyway – so maybe it’s worth looking up some newer models. For the newer (after 2010) version, you can probably get them a much cheaper via Parts Center, which will be the same model, but without the Honeywell branding. You may need to look up the item code for any unbranded models you want on there. I’d recommend having a look, you may be able to find a suitable model that is cheaper than it’s branded counterpart. Best of luck searching!"

    Answered on 7th Mar 2019 - Member since Mar 2019 - report
    GB’s Plumbing and Heating

    "Look at the Salus RF501 cheap and easy to use. If you’ve a better budget NEST"

    Answered on 29th Mar 2020 - Member since Mar 2020 - report

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