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Topic # 65016 27-Jul-2010 21:43
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does anybody have an idea how to work the timer [the one on the side like a dial] on convector heaters?

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  Reply # 357426 27-Jul-2010 22:17
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picture? or heater model number?



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  Reply # 357441 27-Jul-2010 22:29
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https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/blogba3fac80e1588373c3930b386fd55642.jpg

something like the top dial in the circle in the picture



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  Reply # 357450 27-Jul-2010 22:39
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BTW it is called 24 hr programmable timer...

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  Reply # 357458 27-Jul-2010 22:44
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Turn the dial so that the arrow points to the current time (e.g. for 22:45, point it 3/4 of the way between 22 and 23). Slide the little tabs outwards for the time periods you want the heater on, slide the other tabs inwards (or vice-versa).



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  Reply # 357461 27-Jul-2010 22:50
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@bakery2k, Thanks ..it was THAT simple...i was a bit confused as there were more than one place where the "inner" tabs slid in a diff direction
Thanks again as now i figured it out

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