A clock timer or digital timer automatically turns the heating and hot water on and off at the times you set. You can set the heating to come on once, twice or stay on all the time.
There are three switches:
A room thermostat is used to control the temperature. To set the thermostat, turn the dial so that the arrow or marker is against the temperature you want (a comfortable and economic temperature is between 18ºC and 22ºC).
If you have recently had a new boiler installed you will have thermostatic radiator valves installed which you can use to set the control in each room individually.
Setting a Clock Timer
Turn the clock so it is showing the correct time. Next, use the pins or arrows (depending on what type of clock timer it is) to set the heating times.
To use pins:
To use arrows:
Setting a Digital Timer
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