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Instructions on programming a Randall 102E controler on our central heating system please.

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    i am looking for a Randall 102E user manual

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Here's some links to some pdf files that can assist you


http://www.bhl.co.uk/uploads/article331/Danfoss_CP715.pdf


http://www.plumbnation.co.uk/site/danfoss-randall-102e5--24-hour-gp-mini-programmer/102E5%20Guide.pdf

Hope to be of assistance to you all,

Sincerly, alexander

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

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