Question about Heating & Cooling
It has 2 dails under a flap on top of heater which say output and input,on the wall next to heater is the on switch and a panel which consists of time, minute,hour day and main how do i use this?
I have one of these heaters as well. The input/output dials are thermostats.
The higher the input dial is set, the more power the heater draws during its charge cycle (ie the "on" period that is set on your time panel). Which means a higher daily ration of heat, and a bigger power bill.
The higher the output dial is set, the more quickly the heater lets the stored heat out. So the highest setting would give you most of your daily ration of heat during the "on" period but less heat for the "off period... while the lowest setting would give you a relatively constant heat output throughout the day.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
The two dials are either fan speed or thermostats.
the clock is the the time periods in either the input or exhaust phases will active or function in. Turn on the wall switch and set your input dial to mid range, then set the time to current time. A motor/fan should kick on and possibly ignite burner for heating and the output will exhaust the the room air in its set periods. Sorta like flow through ventilation so the house doesn't get stuffy on warm days. good luck and monitor closely if it has not been fired up in awhile
Posted on May 21, 2009
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