Question about Heating & Cooling
Set up direct debit payment of 100.00 per month. After approx 8 months i received a bill for 700.00. After querying this with british gas they said that they had reduced my direct debit payments to 40.00 and 60.00 per month. My partner left the property and i was struggling to clear this debt off. I was therefore advised by british gas to have a credit meter installed. The credit meter was installed on 26th March 2013, I was putting approximately between approx 20.00 of credit pw. I contacted british gas to say that it was using an excessive amount of electric and it transpires that every time i'd purchased credit to put the credit machine was reverting back to rate one every time and the Economy 7 (which is a cheaper, night useage for my storage heaters (was not kicking in. This meant i getting charged at the daily high day rate constantly and causing the economy 7 heating to be on 24 hours and i was getting charged at the higher rate.
You could try to adjust the meter. It seems as if the calculation is off. You should be able to work with the electric company. They should be charging you the highest rate 100 percent of the time.
Elisa Jed ' http://www.feldmanfloorheat.com
Posted on Aug 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1004F Rinnai Gas Heater
I found the manual online... I have the same thing, and had a couple of problems with it. I'll try to paste the link here: http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/hectors876/1004om.pdf It's 60 pages, so I wouldn't advise printing it, but save it to your favorites list ;)
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
Hi in side the case on the left hand side there is a reset looks like a flat pieceof metal push this it will make a loud click this should reset heat , turn heater off first
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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