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  1. Hi, sorry it's not a car question but someone on here is sure to know. So i have a water tank with 2 immersion heaters. I have one working and the other is spare. I have a gas boiler plumbed into the tank that i haven't yet wired up. (gas boiler runs the central heating also so that works fine etc). It is set up as S-plan. So for the gas boiler to heat the water in the tank i need a thermostat to tell the zone valve to open etc So my question is can i use the thermostat that is in the second immersion to turn on the zone valve? It's a fully covered tank so i can't use the strapped around tank thermostat and it seems messy to have one fitted to a pipe when there is an un-used thermostat free that sticks directly into the tank (so should be more accurate). Is that a bad idea? against regs etc? any thoughts? thanks
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