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WestPoint Home model 652 electric bedpad instructions

Help! the controls started blinking E 2 and I do no thave the instructions manual to determine what that means. I have sought to download information but can't seem to find the product listed at all . Apparently from the windows below, this is not a valid product.

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    Same problem - started blinking E2 and then occasionally flashes an 8. Any suggestions??


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Here is a link for a trouble shooting PDF download.
isn,t much help though.


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Creda storage heater manual

I'm not a heating expert, but according to the information I could find, Economy 7 utilizes cheap electricty at night, during off-peak hours (7 hours) between midnight and 7AM. Economy 7 costs about 4p per unit compared to peak electricity, which is about 10 to 15p per unit. If you do not have Economy 7, you can request it FREE of charge from your electricity provider. You will either have one meter with two readings or two separate meters. A two tariff electric meter will record the electricity used during off peak times, so it can be billed, separately, at a lower rate. If you have two meters, one meter controls on peak daytime electricity and the other controls your night time economy 7 electricity.

I would need to know what model Creda heater you have installed in order to determine how energy efficient it may be. I also will need the model so I can determine operating instructions. If you need further assistance, please post back and let me know. I hope this helps.

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I need a booklet for directions on how to operated & set this thermostate, as I just purchased the home.

Since you didn't give the furnance/air conditioning model number or the model number of the thermostat controlling them, it is impossible for us to give you good advice or instructions.

Suggest you obtain the make and model number of your thermostat and either google it for the owner manual or come back on the site with it and we will try to help find the owners manual for you.

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Home was hit by lightening which affected part of the electrical service in the house. We have been unable to get the furnace to come on even when turning the themostat all the way up. Just wondering if...

Sorry to hear about the hose being struck by lightning. That can be really scary. There are only one or two things on your Direct Vent Wall Heater, that could be affected by a lightning strike. Because, there is only one thing that requires 115 volts to operate and that's the blower fan. The rest of it, is all millivolt controlled (the pilot generates millivolts of electricity to operate those features). There is one exception to that rule, depending on which Model DV-55 you have. There are 2. One uses millivolt control entirely and the other uses millivolt with a 24 volt thermostat.

The first thing that needs to be determined is if the Pilot Light is lit or not. If it's not lit, nothing will work. If it is lit, it should cycle to light the burner, when you turn the thermostat up higher than what the room temperature is. If that is the case, I suspect that the 24 volt transformer on the wiring from the heater to the thermostat got fried. It's not a big deal to replace. Nor, is it expensive. You could probably find a replacement 24 volt transformer at your local home center. Just make sure they both have the same number of connection terminals.

I assume that the blower has a receptacle that it's plugged into just inside the bottom heater panel. That's the general way to wire and install it, rather than hard wiring it. If you have the receptacle unplug the blower and plug a lamp into it, to see if there's power still to the unit. If there's not, you're going to need an electrician. On the upside, if there's power there, it's a definite PLUS.

To help you further troubleshoot the problem, I have included a link to the Owner's Manual, that you can download and print for future reference.

I really hope this has helped you troubleshoot and solve the problem. Please let me know. Thanks.

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Empire model dv 40e 3 The unit is hooked up and has been running on propane. Now it starts its firing sequence properly and ignites but after 4-5 secs it shuts down and recycles as if to refire again....

It very well may be that circuit control board has malfunctioned. In which case you should receive a series of blinks from a red blinking light. The number of blinks, determines what the problem is.

These, generally are very dependable high efficient wall heaters.

In case you have misplaced your Owners Manual, I have provided a link to it. You can download and print for future reference if you like.

If all else fails, call Empire Comfort Systems Tech Service at 800-851-3153

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Your heating system is separate from your domestic hot water. This means that you probably have an electric or gas appliance dedicated to heat water for your home.

Your problem will be found with your furnace or fuel supply. Since it is not unusual to heat water with a different fuel (electric, gas, etc.) than you do to heat your home, one can work while the other does not. Your first check should be to determine which energy source is required for your home to be heated. Home Heating Oil, Natural Gas and Propane are very common fuels. Additionally, many of these systems require some sort of electric supply to provide power for controls, pumps, sensors, etc.

Check for blown fuses and tripped circuit breakers in the electrical panel. Restore any failed circuit found. Check fuel level gauges. Arrange for refueling if you are out of fuel. If heating with Home Heating Oil, the delivery driver will probably need to manually prime and start your furnace before it will work automatically again.

You may also have a defective thermostat, control or sensor. Additionally, the furnace may have detected an unsafe condition when last run, and shut down as a safety precaution. If any of these things have happened, you'll probably need to have a pro check it out and make the required repairs for you. You could start by contacting your fuel company to see if they offer service. Otherwise, check telephone listings for someone that does.

Hopefully, this helps you atleast find someone who can get the heat back on for you - good luck!

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Cant set my thermostat controlls

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