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Why doesn't my Siemens underfloor heating work?

I set the program or put it on continuous and the tiled floor doesn't get any hotter

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    Jonathan Bigler Apr 26, 2015

    does the floor get warm at all? ...is the system a floor heater or part of an integrated radiant heating system designed to hear the whole room?

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You floor heater is not designed to get hotter or even heat the whole room. It is designed to keep the floor warm And comfortable to the touch. You may set it to continuous but if it's working properly it will only maintain the setting. If it does not get warm at all there is a problem with the system and you should call the help line of the manufacturer and possibly even the installer.

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