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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's not a users manual but you can get the number and call them for help.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
Your appliances will charge up no matter what time of day/night it is if they are turned on unless they are wired so as to only come on during Econ7. Usually this through a separate supply out of the meter to that part of the fuse box [split load type] or to a 2nd box supplying only those appliances. This area is your responsibility.
Try testing the power supply tails with a volt stick. It's a non-contact neon indicator about the size of a thick pen
If during Econ 7 period you appliances are using electricity at the higher [day] rate, - & it doesn't matter how they are wired in [see above] - call the power supplier. The meter belongs to them.& is their responsibility.
Maybe wise to check the meter readings at times both day & night with appliances both on & off
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
Hi in side the case on the left hand side there is a reset looks like a flat pieceof metal push this it will make a loud click this should reset heat , turn heater off first
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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