I have this system but i dont know how to operate it. it has two switches next to each heater one unmarked and one marked off peak. each heater has its own room stat and the system has a timer which is supposed to control all the heaters.the problem is that the heaters seem to come on regardless of the timer.
can anyone tell me how to operate this system
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I'm not a heating expert, but according to the information I could find, Economy 7 utilizes cheap electricty at night, during off-peak hours (7 hours) between midnight and 7AM. Economy 7 costs about 4p per unit compared to peak electricity, which is about 10 to 15p per unit. If you do not have Economy 7, you can request it FREE of charge from your electricity provider. You will either have one meter with two readings or two separate meters. A two tariff electric meter will record the electricity used during off peak times, so it can be billed, separately, at a lower rate. If you have two meters, one meter controls on peak daytime electricity and the other controls your night time economy 7 electricity.
I would need to know what model Creda heater you have installed in order to determine how energy efficient it may be. I also will need the model so I can determine operating instructions. If you need further assistance, please post back and let me know. I hope this helps.
Your current purchase of fuel may have water in it. Go to an auto parts store and get a dryer/stabilizer for diesel fuel. That may temporarily solve your problem. I'd empty the heater tank and only fill with the treated fuel. The next time you buy diesel, go to someplace that sells to tractor trailer drivers. That way, you'll know the fuel hasn't set in the storage tanks that long.
tipover should reset by thumping or shaking. limits sometimes have reset button pull cover an look.mostly I find limits that just dont close after tripping.the temp control is probbly a snap disc also.about $ 14 on ebay
First, locate the true model of the heater. Pro 155 only designates a series of heaters. It does not designate the actual model or technology used.
The reset (Safety Device) is the system's safety shut off. If everything is in perfect operating form the photocell looks into the chamber for a flame. If the flame goes out (flame-out), the the photocell sends a signal to the reset and the heater shuts down.
You must troubleshoot to find out whether your problem is a fuel delivery problem or an electronics problem.
My first look would be to look into the eye of the photocell for an insect or nest of some sort. Next check the fuel tank for water or debris that may be restricting the fuel flow and causing a flame-out.
you need to measure the height of celing size of room how many outside walls thickness of walls take this info to your local heating shop they will tell you the heat loss for each room and what size heating you need in kws you then choose the heaters you want
Some units sometimes have a wall switch that has to be turned on.
Usually on the bottom of the fireplace bheind the grille is the control
box a switch to turn on the electric heat and another to control the
electric heat and a possible blower.