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Topic # 230775 12-Mar-2018 19:05
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Hi there,
I have not long moved into a place with a moisture master. I can't seem to change the settings on it, it's like it's locked.

Does anyone know much about these?





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  Reply # 1973485 12-Mar-2018 19:10
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Have you tried http://www.moisturemaster.co.nz/our-products/


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  Reply # 1973486 12-Mar-2018 19:11
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DaveB beat me to it.  Why not just ring Moisture Master and ask them.  Based in Dunedin http://www.moisturemaster.co.nz/contact/

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1973665 12-Mar-2018 23:25
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DaveB:

 

Have you tried http://www.moisturemaster.co.nz/our-products/

 

 

I'm not quite that silly lol ;) I did try there with no luck.
Just thought someone on here might have used one before





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  Reply # 1973686 13-Mar-2018 02:42
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I have one, but don't think I can be much help with settings. Ours doesn't have settings, just three switches (power, heat, fan speed) and a separate thermostat for the heater. What I can tell you is that they switch off completely when the roof space gets to a certain temperature - I think around 24 degrees. Don't turn it off unless it's very warm and dry weather. If it has a heater, that can be expensive to run and won't heat the house by itself, but it prevents the air coming in from getting too cold. And don't forget to change the filter.

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  Reply # 1973710 13-Mar-2018 07:53
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funnyfela:

 

DaveB:

 

Have you tried http://www.moisturemaster.co.nz/our-products/

 

 

I'm not quite that silly lol ;) I did try there with no luck.
Just thought someone on here might have used one before

 

 

 

 

So the people that actually make the system can't tell you how it works or what might be wrong?.... WOW! 

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1974161 13-Mar-2018 18:26
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I haven't contacted them, I did browse the site.




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