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Delonghi Incredible heat machine can't turn off the timer.

Good Day -- I inherited a Delonght "The Incredible Heat Machine" from a friend. The heat works perfectly but I can;t figure out how to turn off the timer! I think the machine came out in 2000. Of course (not like me) I don't have the instruction booklet. THe timer runs continuously unless I unplug the machine> I am not sure how to set the timer but I don't really need to use it as I heat up my room as needed (of course it would be a good idea to use it for off times).

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Re: Delonghi Incredible heat machine can't turn off the...

Timer is set by moving the little black switches out over the orange ring. You may need to use a coin--but slide it so that if the orange ring is visible when looking at it dead-on (crouching down, obviously) then it's off at that time and vice-versa.

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