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Just moved int o a new flat and have 2 timers with no instructions and no makes of type. I took the front off to find what they where and found- GPT/1Digi20 and T55 R5H..but still no luck with finding them any where or the instructions.

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What brand name are either of these controls?

The T55 could be UK or US manufactured by two different manufacturers, and they are two different designs.

A search including the manufacturer will be a more successful search.

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