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Honeywell Central Heating Timer ST699

My central heating and hot water aren't working on my return from holiday and I suspect that the timer's at fault as it had blown a fuse. How do I test it?

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In the end I bought another timer on sale/return. My heating didn't work with that one either, so my problem's not the timer but something else.

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Anyway, here's a link to the PDF manual for this timer:
http://www.jascoproducts.com/support/manual-downloads/applications/DocumentLibraryManager/upload/15087-15207-56922-Manual-eng.pdf

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