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Hello, I have a Worcester 24i boiler, it has a round clock with a grey outer ring,that can be pushed in(the grey bits around the clock), I would like to know how to set the timer on this boiler, it's really important , because I have contracted pneumonia twice, the last time I got it was because I had not turned on the boiler( have been turning the heating on and off manually, if I forget to turn the heating on, i wake up to a cold house, which could put me back in hospital)thank you to anyone who can help

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When the grey bits are pushed in the boiler is set to come on for that 15 min incriment. Push they grey pins "in" for the required length of time you want the heating on and then set your manual on off switch to the middle position which will activate the clock to run through the set time sequence you have put in.

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Thanks for the above, but on which setting do i have the thermostat at. basically the dial that is separate from the boiler (mine is in my living room).

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