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Can you get power from an off peak distribution board during the day??

My dimplex storage heater in the hallway is not working, but my storage heater in the living room is still working as is my immersion (still have hot water) which are all running off the same distribution board power supply. Distribution board is saying no volts when tong tested... Do you only get power and voltage from the distibution board off peak? ie; after midnight when off peak kicks in? Hope someone out there can help please....

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