Question about Heating & Cooling
Most timers have either removeable timing plugs for setting on and off times or timing tabs to set the on and off times that you move around the 24 hour dial.
I suggest you set the times you want the heater to switch on and off, then rotate the dial to check the heater turns on and off at the settings you selected and if you are satisfied then rotate the timer dial to the correct time of day. Don't forget to leave the heater connected to the mains power so it can turn on and off automatically.
If you want to use the heater outside the time setting then you can use the manual override switch.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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