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How do I operate a Newlec NL10579 heater to full potential?

High input and output, but it's eating my electricity?

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sounds like the electric economy 7 heaters too me, i had them and hated em.

basically the heaters work between 1am-7am or similiar.

the best way is to think of it as a battery, it needs to be charged and the output is whatever your using the power on.

the higher the number on the input the more heat is stored into the heater. the higher the number on the output the more heat that is released.

i always put mine on 5 to store the most heat and left it on about 3 so it would always release and charge.

hope that helps

Posted on Oct 06, 2012

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