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Morphy richards electric blanket - how to use timer setting

The dial on the electric blanket has a 0, 3, 1, 3, 12 in a circle what do they mean? i don't have the manual to check it out.
the heat setting are straightforward but i dont get what the numbers on the dial stand for.

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