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Please I need a timer for a Potterton timer EP2003

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Please can you help - sadly my father has passed away and I need to help my mother with the cental heating etc - we are not used to this and cannot firen a manual for the Pttterton timer EP2003 as we have the hot water going all day - Father used to organise this so as you can imagine we are bit stuck

I would really appreciate your help in locating an instruction manual

Kind regards

Judy Lenton

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Dear dm:
Sory to know about your father.
I think the best to do in this situation , if you can afford it, is to look for a certified electrician to take care of that timer . May be you will have to buy a new, "user friendly timer" to control your water system.
Hope this helps.
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