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Boss Therm BPS242RF for central heating. Cannot understand this Boss Therm at all. Temperature does not reach the one I set. 22.5. It stays between 1900 and 20. Room is cold. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • thomasbigm May 11, 2010

    Dear Sirs,



    I have a plumber coming to fix and explain the above. I have not had a manual and therefore could not find how to use this.



    Thank you for your email.



    Kind regards,



    I. Thomas

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SOURCE: Hiya i have a programmable room

take of the wall and there is a reset button

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