CC2TSTi Instructions
Installation and Operating Instructions
Creda Convector Heaters
Models : CC2TSTi
08/52945/0 Issue 0
Models Specification
Thermostat, Timer & Neon
Fig. 1
WARNING: This appliance must not be used in
a bathroom.
WARNING: Do not use this heater in the immediate
surroundings of a bath, a shower or a swimming
WARNING: This heater must not be located
immediately below a fixed socket outlet.
The heater carries a warning symbol to alert
the user to the risk of fire that exists if the
heater is accidentally covered.
WARNING: In order to avoid a hazard due to
inadvertent resetting of the thermal cut-out,
this appliance must not be supplied through an
external switching device, such as a timer, or
connected to a circuit that is regularly switched
on and off by the utility.
This appliance can be used by children aged from
8 years and above and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
experience or knowledge if they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning the use of
the appliance in a safe way and understand the
hazards involved. Children shall not play with the
appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall
not be made by children without supervision.
Children of less than 3 years should be kept away
unless continuously supervised. Children aged
from 3 years and less than 8 years shall only switch
on/off the appliance provided that it has been
placed or installed in its intended normal operating
position and they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning the use of the appliance in
a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
Children aged from 3 years and less than 8 years
shall not plug in, regulate and clean the appliance
or perform user maintenance.
CAUTION: Some parts of this product can become
very hot and cause burns. Particular attention has
to be given where children and vulnerable people
are present.
If the mains lead is damaged, it must be replaced
by the manufacturer or its service agent or a
similarly qualified person in order to avoid a
Electrical connection
The use of an extension lead or multi-plug adaptor is not advised when
connecting this product to the mains. Connection through these devices
could lead to a risk of overloading, overheating and even fire at the extension
lead or adaptor due to inadequate connection quality.
This heater must be used on an A.C supply only and the voltage marked
on the heater must correspond to the supply voltage. This heater is fitted
with a rewireable plug incorporating a 13 amp fuse. In the event of replacing
the fuse in the plug supplied, a 13 amp fuse approved by ASTA to BS 1362
must be used. If any other type of plug is used, a 15 amp fuse must be
fitted in the plug, the adaptor, or at the distribution board.
IMPORTANT : If the plug is not suitable for your socket, the 13 amp plug
should be removed. Before wiring the appropriate plug, please note that
the wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following
Connect the GREEN AND YELLOW wire to the terminal marked ‘E’ or
by the earth symbol
, or coloured GREEN or GREEN AND YELLOW.
Connect the BROWN wire to the terminal marked ‘L’ or coloured RED.
Connect the BLUE wire to the terminal marked ‘N’ or coloured BLACK.
Using the heater
The product can be used as an installed or portable unit. Once the desired
application has been decided upon and the requirements below have been
met the product is ready to be used. Simply plug in and switch on at the
wall socket.
There are various control options available with various combinations
comprising of thermostat, switched, timer & indicating neons.
Please note – the element has been coated with a protective film which
will burn off during the first few minutes of use and may cause a small
amount of fuming. This is quite normal – the fumes are non-toxic and will
quickly disappear.
We recommend that you open a window to ventilate the room when using
the heater for the first time.
Positioning the heater
Always ensure that the heater is stood on a firm, level base near to, but
not directly beneath, a suitable mains supply socket.
Ensure that curtains and furniture are not positioned close to the chosen
position, as this would create a potential fire hazard.
We recommend that the heater should be wall-mounted in rooms where
children may be left unattended, see ‘Important Safety Advice’.
Portable use
Indicator Neon
The indicator neon comes on when the appliance is connected to mains
Lay the heater on its back and remove the wall mounting brackets - see
Wall mounting. Locate and remove the foot fixing screw - see Fig. 2(a).
Clip the foot in place and secure using the foot fixing screw.
NOTE – The wall mounting brackets must be removed before the foot
can be fitted.
Fig. 2
Wall Mounting (Installed)
Three identical wall mounting brackets are secured to the base of the heater
with a fixing screw. To wall mount appliance, first remove the brackets as
follows, lay the heater on its back and follow the sequence shown - see
Fig. 3. Identify and remove the fixing screw securing the brackets located
beside mains cable as shown in (a), pull out brackets and rotate them to
disengage them from the slot and withdraw the brackets from the slot (b).
The thermostat controls the heat output according to the room temperature.
This ensures that the heater will not produce heat unnecessarily when the
room is warm.
To set the temperature you require, Gradually turn the thermostat knob
clockwise until the desired temperature is reached. Allow some time between
increments for the room temperature to stabilise.
Alternatively to heat a cold room quickly, turn the thermostat knob to the
Max position. When the room has reached the desired temperature, turn
the thermostat knob anti-clockwise until the thermostat clicks off. The heater
will then automatically maintain this room temperature.
The thermostat also has a frost protection setting marked ‘ ’. This setting is
useful in areas such as garages to prevent frost damage. If the thermostat is
set to its minimum setting ‘ ’, the heater will cycle ON and OFF to maintain
a temperature of approximately 5°C to help protect against frosty conditions.
Mechanical Timer
Note: The timer clock will only operate when the product is connected to
the mains supply
Operation modes
There are two operating modes on the timer, Manual operation and Auto
operation. The operation mode is set using the slide switch on the timer
- see fig 6.
Manual operation (Position - I)
This setting allows power to the product uninterrupted by the timer,
however other product controls will continue to function as normal.
Fig. 3
Auto operation (Position - )
This setting allows the heater to be controlled by the timer. The
product will be switched on and off depending on the pre-set timer
Select a suitable position, near to a mains power socket whilst ensuring
the minimum mounting clearances are maintained - see Fig. 1. Fix the
two top retaining brackets to the wall, using suitable fixings – see Fig. 4.
Fig. 6
Setting the time of day
To set the time of day, rotate the timer dial clockwise (indicated by the
arrow) until the correct time of day is opposite the reference mark
see Fig. 6. The 24-hour clock is used ; e.g. 4 pm is ‘16’ (16:00hrs).
Setting the ‘Auto’ ON and OFF times
Fig. 4
Locate the heater on the top brackets and allow it to hang in place.
Fit the bottom bracket into the slot in the heater and then fix it to the wall.
Test that the heater is now securely fixed to the wall.
Fig. 5
To set the timer :
1. Using your finger tip or the tip of a pencil, push in as many
segments as necessary around the dial, according to the times you
don’t require heat – see Fig. 7. Each segment pushed in switches
the heater OFF for that part of the hour. All other segments will be
ON. For example, Fig. 7 shows the timer set to switch the heater
OFF between 11pm and 1.45am.
2. You can select as many ON periods as you like, within the 24-hour
day. The settings will repeat every day until changed.
3. To change ON and OFF times, simply push in any ‘ON’ segments
you wish to cancel and pull out new ‘ON’ segments as required.
For electrical products sold within the European Community.
At the end of the electrical products useful life it should not be
disposed of with household waste.
Please recycle where facilities exist.
Check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice
in your country.
Switching to auto
Fig. 7
Ensure the thermostat and/or the heat selector are set for the desired
heat output.
Check that the clock shows the correct time of day. Set the mode slide
switch to , the heater will switch ON and OFF according to the timer
settings (see Fig. 9).
Important notes
Remember to observe all safety warnings when operating the heater on
auto setting unattended or attended .
If the mains supply to the heater is interrupted, the timer clock will stop until
power is restored ; reset the time of day to ensure correct ON and OFF times.
Safety – overheat protection
For your safety, this appliance is fitted with a thermal cut-out. In the event
that the product overheats, the cut-out switches the heater off automatically.
To bring the heater back into operation, remove the cause of the overheating,
then unplug or turn off the electrical supply to the heater for a few minutes.
When the heater has cooled sufficiently, re-connect and switch on the
Important Notes
Although this heater is manufactured to comply with the relevant safety
standards, certain types of carpets could become discoloured by the
temperatures under a portable heater. If you are concerned about this,
we recommend that you contact the carpet manufacturer for guidance.
Alternatively, either stand the heater on a suitable base to shield the carpet
or wall-mount it – call our Helpline for further advice.
You may notice some parts of the element appearing to be hotter from time
to time because of the variable airflow through the heater. This does not
cause a safety hazard.
The heat outlet grille may become discoloured with use – this is caused by
airborne pollution and is not a fault.
Before commencing cleaning, switch off the heater and allow it to cool.
Disconnect the electricity supply to the appliance.
The outside can be cleaned by wiping it over with a soft damp cloth and
then dried. Do not use abrasive cleaning powders or furniture polish, as
this can damage the surface finish.
To release the heater from the wall bracket for cleaning or redecoration,
depress latch on each bracket and hinge forward.
After Sales Service and Extended Guarantee
Your product is guaranteed for 1 year from the date of purchase. The 1
year guarantee is extended for an additional 2 years when you register the
product with Creda, within 28 days of purchase. If you do not register the
product with Creda within 28 days, your product will remain guaranteed
for 1 year only.
Within the extended guarantee period we undertake to repair or exchange
this product free of charge providing:
a) Proof of purchase such as a sales receipt should be provided, showing
that the appliance was bought within the 36-months prior to registering
the defect/fault.
b) The appliance was correctly installed and operated in accordance with
the manufacturer’s instructions and used solely for domestic purposes.
c) The defect/fault was not as a result of accident, misuse, unauthorised
modification or inexpert repair
Your rights under this guarantee are additional to your statutory rights,
which in turn are not affected by this guarantee.
To validate your extended guarantee register with us online at http://www.
Or call our customer registration line 0844 879 3588 (UK) or 01 842 4833
(R. O. I.)
N.B. Each qualifying product needs to be registered with Creda individually.
Please note that the extended guarantee is only available in the UK
and Ireland
After sales information or assistance with this product can be found on our
If after following these steps your product still does not operate you should
return it to your point of purchase.
Please do not return a faulty product to us as this may result in loss or
damage and delay in providing you with a satisfactory service.
Please retain your receipt as proof of purchase.
The product complies with the European Safety Standards EN60335-2-30 and the European Standard Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
EN55014, EN60555-2 and EN60555-3 which cover the essential requirements of EEC Directives 73/23 and 89/336
[c] Glen Dimplex UK Limited
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