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I have underfloor heating and the timeguard control stops working. It indicates that it is operating, but the underfloor heating does not warm up and the temperature being recorded does not increase and floor does not warm up. It worked last winter and during the summer I reduced the temperatures and on increasing them the floor refuses to heat up. This is the third control in 6 years and i have just ordered the forth!

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