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Hi Julie -
I think you might mean thermostats instead of timers - but it is possible that you have timers on the system as well.
There are dozens and dozens of manufacturers of thermostats. Each manufacturer can make dozens and dozens of models for more types of heating systems than you've ever seen. In order for anyone to get you the help you're looking for - you're going need you to provide the timer or thermostat manufacturer's name AND model number.
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To set the heating periods proceed in the following manner:
- Check the time by your watch. Supposing it is 10.00 a.m. turn the numbered dial of the
time-clock in a clockwise direction until the number 10 coincides with the reference mark s
on the time-clock. Set the time period during which you wish the appliance to work by
pushing the notches towards the centre. Each notch corresponds to a period of 15 minutes.
At this point sections will be visible corresponding to the working periods.
Set in this way the radiator will function automatically every day during the set period.
(Important: the plug must remain connected to power supply).
- To change the programmed time period, just bring back the black notches to their original
position and set the new working periods required.
- If you wish the appliance to function without programmed working periods push all the notches
towards the centre. In this case, to turn the appliance off totally the plug must be pulled
out apart from switching off, so as to avoid unnecessary working of the timer.
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