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Drayton Zone Replacement Valve Actuator (76959)

Manual lever and valve position indicator. Simple industry standard wiring. Conforms to EN 60730.

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  • Easy Snap-On Installation
  • 5-Wire Cable

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Drayton Zone Replacement Valve Actuator is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 13.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Drayton Zone Actuator Valve Have only just installed the unit and have not yet wired it into the connector strip, Have other Drayton central heating products installed and I am very happy with the product. They are well priced and work well. Have rated with three stars at this stage and will be in a better position to give a genuine rating once it is wire up and running.I have not doubt it will require a five star rating.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple Easy to replace, although it would be great if the micro switch was available on its own - heating now working :-)
Date published: 2016-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Manufacturer's valve actuator Noticeably better price than a local competitor, manufacturer's own replacement, in stock, newish branch is closer - what more can you ask? Oh, and helpful staff.
Date published: 2016-06-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Replaced a failed Actuator Identified that 6 year old actuator had failed. Broken plastic fitting inside. Ordered late afternoon, picked up same evening, fitted replacement following morning. Job done.
Date published: 2016-05-18
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28 Aug 2016
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If it is the pump only that is running then this would suggest that the pump over run on the boiler is the issue. When the boiler shuts down the pump continues to run in order to dissipate the heat around the system. The pump should normally run for 5 minutes or so.

If the pump is running and the boiler is fired up then this would suggest that the micro switch has failed.
31 Aug 2016
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Central heating comes on when hot water should only be on, would this indicate faulty actuator.

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6 Jul 2016
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Central heating coming on when the hot water only is being called for indicates that the Central Heating valve is open. This could be caused by a failed actuator not allowing the valve to close or a seized valve not allowing the actuator to close it or debris in the system which is not allowing the valve to close fully. Iwould advisehaving a heating engineer take a look at the system.
7 Jul 2016
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This sounds as though the actuator or the valve have failed. Remove the actuator from the valve body by pressing in the release button on the side of the actuator. Test the valve spindle by turning it with your finger and thumb. If the valve spindle will not turn using just your finger and thumb or is stiff to turn then the valve body will require changing.
Test the actuator by energising it and checking that it goes to position B - open. De-energise the valve and it should return to the A position – shut. If it does not do this then the actuator will require replacing.
16 May 2016
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Will Drayton head replace and fit my potterton valve head
14 Feb 2016
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I am afraid the Drayton head will not fit the Potterton valve as it is a different manufacturer. You would need to source the Potterton head from Potterton or drain down and change out for a Drayton ZA5 Zone Vlave code 32455
15 Feb 2016
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The microswitch and the synchronous motor are two entirely different components. In this case it is the switch that has failed and so it is the switch that will require replacing, since the microswitches are not sold separately the entire actuator will need to be changed. Changing the motor will not correct the issue.
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Specification
Brand Drayton
Installation Type Easy Snap-On Installation
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Model No 27650SX
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Power Output (Watts/Kw) 6.5 W
Power Voltage Supply 230 V
Product Type Zone Replacement Valve Actuator
Total Product Weight 1.32 kg

230V. 50Hz. 6.5W.