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I purchased a house in October last year which has a Vulcan Bonaire Comfort Control ducted heating system, but no manuals. Am trying to work out how to use it. Remote control is not very intuitive.

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Go to www.bonaire.com.au for manual

Posted on Aug 17, 2010

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Here is the link to get free downloads of the manuals you need.

http://www.bonaire.com.au/support/documentation/owner/default.aspx

Posted on May 19, 2010

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