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Setting timer for Unidaire nightstore heater

How do I set the timer? It has a 24 hour circular timer on the wall with small plastic teeth that you can push towards the outside of the dial or towards the centre of the dial. I assume that this determines when you are drawing power from the grid. I'm not sure which way to push these teeth(ie inwards or outwards) so that I get night power only.

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  • tanner503 Aug 13, 2008

    excellent thank you-just what I needed

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Little triangle to the left 9 o clock position determines what time it is, set actual time to this, then move outer dials to turn on and inner dials to leave off, and then set to auto, this is in timer mode, other mode is permanently on and off..
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