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Panel heater how do you operate timer

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  • Boxershorts Nov 03, 2007

    I have a honeywell hz519 baseboard heater and have no operating manual. How do I use the timer? Thanks for your help!

  • f1italia Dec 13, 2007

    DeLonghi TRN1015T Solaris Oil-Filled Heater Oil Filled Radiator.

    I have no manual and don't know how to set the timer.



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What heater? you do not mention a make/model

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Total watt capacity of 15 amp breaker is recommended at 80% rated load = 12 amps

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> Easiest thing would be to put water heater on ordinary wall switch located inside sink cabinet.
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