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Boiler adjustment Okofen Easypell




by Sianure » 03/11/19, 14:38

Hello everybody

I'm exposing my problem ...
So I have an Okofen Easypell pellet boiler. I tried to set it to have the desired temperature in the rooms of the house is 20 ° without having touched the thermostatic valves of the radiators.
Unfortunately, whatever the setting that I modify, while waiting well 24h after each modification, it is always the same report ... too hot in the house (Between 24 ° and 26 ° with the thermostatic valves opened at bottom).

For info, the values ​​of the probes at the moment I speak to you:

    Outside temperature: 13.8 °
    Boiler temperature: 71.8 °
    DHW temperature: 58.2 °
    Radiators temperature: 63.8 °

My current settings:

    Comfort environment temperature: 20 °
    Reduced ambient temperature: 15 °
    Slope: 0.1
    Curve foot: 20 °


With these values, the hot water sent in the radiators is not far from 64 ° blow, it is the furnace in the house ... Even if I lower the temperature environment comfort to 10 °.
I feel that my settings are not taken into account .. The only thing that works is the temperature limit outside.
Even if I use the thermostatic valves to lower the temperature, I do not understand why it sends hot water despite my settings.

If any of you have a solution ...
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Re: Boiler setting Okofen Easypell




by sicetaitsimple » 03/11/19, 15:05

I do not have a solution, but here you have tips for a problem that seems like yours:

heating-insulation / tuning-curve-to-heater-boiler OKOFEN-t14236.html
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Re: Boiler setting Okofen Easypell




by GuyGadebois » 03/11/19, 16:05

Sianure wrote:Hello everybody

I'm exposing my problem ...

I had the same problem after installing a new burner on the oil boiler in my previous house. The "heating engineers" had reversed two wires at the level of the probes. Check your wiring.
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Re: Boiler setting Okofen Easypell




by Sianure » 03/11/19, 17:34

I also think there is a problem in the cabling ... and more specifically the v3v.

Regarding v3v, what exactly happens when the thumbwheel cursor is on the "-", in the middle and on the "+"?

In my case :
If my setpoint is 20 ° (minimum), nothing moves ... and it remains on the "-". The temperature rises to around 64 ° C.
If my set point is 45 ° (maximum), the cursor moves almost to the middle to return to the "-" when the temperature is reached. However, even on the "-", the temperature continues to rise to around 64 ° C.

Do you think the problem can come from there?
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by GuyGadebois » 03/11/19, 17:35

Sianure wrote:Do you think the problem can come from there?

No idea, I was just trying to give you a track.
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Re: Boiler setting Okofen Easypell




by Sianure » 03/11/19, 18:10

No worries but if anyone else has an idea ...
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Re: Boiler setting Okofen Easypell




by sicetaitsimple » 03/11/19, 19:09

Sianure wrote:No worries but if anyone else has an idea ...


I come back to my first post because I had read a bit quickly ... For me, a "slope" of 0,1 seems completely unsuitable, at least if this is what is generally defined as the slope of a curve water temperature setpoint. The usual values ​​are rather 1 at least in order of magnitude, of course the "good" value depends on the characteristics of the accommodation.

See this other thread:
heating-insulation / need-to-view-what-sets-to-one-boiler-a-granule-t15579-30.html

It's just a track .... without any guarantee. There are some real experts on Econology, but they do not seem to be around yet.

But maybe the "0,1" is just a typo?
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Re: Boiler setting Okofen Easypell




by Sianure » 03/11/19, 19:39

Indeed, error on my part, I have 1 as a slope ...
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Re: Boiler setting Okofen Easypell




by sicetaitsimple » 03/11/19, 20:35

Sianure wrote:Indeed, error on my part, I have 1 as a slope ...


If we are looking for help on a forum for a technical problem that has been poorly described, we answer rather:

Indeed, error on my part, I have 1 as a slope ...Sorry
ou
Indeed, error on my part, I have 1 as a slope ...Thank you for correcting

It's just politeness to those who have tried to advance the problem .....
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Re: Boiler setting Okofen Easypell




by Sianure » 03/11/19, 21:09

Thank you for correcting my mistake!
Sorry for my rudeness and I'm grateful for your help.

I found, thanks to you, the solution in the first link you posted. The "Did67" track was the right one. Thanks to him too.
In my case, it was the v3v that was a problem because it worked upside down.
The solution is to reverse 2 wires for proper operation.

On the other hand, my heating engineer who puts me upside down is not great!
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