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Topic # 80258 29-Mar-2011 19:32
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Hi guys

I recently moved into a new house in CHCH and it has a timer wired in to the night store heater. Im having trouble working it correctly, its hard to figure out because its a night store heater its hard to tell when its on and when its off, I was hoping some one on here has a similar setup and can let me know whats on and what off :). Picture of the switch http://img834.imageshack.us/i/dscf1252v.jpg/ 

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  Reply # 453238 29-Mar-2011 19:36
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Move the switch to AUTO, rotate it clockwise so that the arrow on the left side is pointing to the current hour. Push the pins corresponding to the hours you want the timer ON.




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  Reply # 453245 29-Mar-2011 19:55
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Thanks, So pins in is on?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 453250 29-Mar-2011 20:14
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It should be.



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  Reply # 453251 29-Mar-2011 20:16
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awesome :) 

Thanks again 

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