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How do i work the timer on this?? for example to have the heating on from 6am till 9 am do i pull the little bits out or push them in? help!!
1)Push all the little pins (bits) inward toward the centre of the dial
2)Set timer to correct time by
turning dial to current time, ie if present time is 4.00 p.m.
Turn the dial until 4.00 p.m is aligned with the arrow symbol
3)PULL OUT all the ( bits) toward the outer edge of the dial to set the time that you want the heating to come on .eg pull out all pins between 6.00am and 9.00am(as each pin represents 15 minutesyou should have 12 pins pushed out)
4) Ensure the3 way switch in the middle of dial is in the middle position(timer) if it is at top position boiler is(constant on)and at bottom positon boiler is turned off.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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