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The Electric Heating Specialists
Thank you for buying an economy radiator, you are now part of a huge change in the way
w e heat our homes here in the UK.
No longer do we need inefficient gas heated ‘wet systems’.
The Econom y Radiator Company has exclusive distribution rights for this product via the
Internet for the UK m arket.
Tel 01845 518 888
sales@economy-radiators.com
w ww.economy-radiators.com
MWRAD Ltd t/a The Econom y Radiator Company
Unit M, Middlemoor Business Park, Dalton, North Yorkshire. YO7 3JD
Com pany No. 6840556
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RUNNING COSTS:As the room builds up heat it draw s full power once achieved it w ill only take smaller amounts,
sw itching off and allow ing the room to drop to cold only to re heat it again is a false economy.
Measuring consumption, to make a true test this must be done over a long period, indeed 40% of
the entire years consumption of most households can be seen in a one tw o month period. Our
original measured year saw around 10% being used in a 10 day period at the peak of w inter.
Original measurement w as 07/08, the follow ing year 08/09 was 30% up and so 09/10 w ill be far
w orse, winter 09/10 being the w orst winter on record for over 30 years.
ACHIEVING THE BEST RUNNING COSTS – A HANDY GUIDE
Price per kWh - be w arned, never phone us w ithout knowing this; so many people are paying at
least 30% more than they should have to.
If you have Economy 7, 10 or indeed a pay as you go (key meter), ditch them w ithout delay, they
w ill inflate your running costs potentially as much as DOUBLE! They w ork on a basis of giving
w ith one hand and taking aw ay with the other; they are both a ‘sleight of hand’.
E.g. off peak 7p / on peak 15p. If w e take the average it w ill alw ays come back to at least a
normal 24 hour single rate of 11p – so w hy bother? If you do not believe me then take a bill, add
up all the units used for both periods, the bill w ill have a total value so divide one into the other
and this w ill give you the average you have paid.
11p per kWh is the maximum advised on a single rate, the energy market is increasing so please
do not blame us for this! Shop around for the best prices.
Sw itching on and off - If you subscribe to this practice in the vein belief you are saving money
then think again. Constant sw itching on and off ANY heating system w hether it is gas, lpg, oil or
electric, is a false economy.
The running costs of our ‘real life’ measured and published properties are based on sw itching on
and NEVER sw itching off 365 days / 24 hours. How ever, we specify a 4 degree drop at night
w hen asleep or out at w ork, or w hen the rooms are not used.
Raising a temperature by 4° or indeed maintaining a constant temperature is far cheaper than
sw itching on and off all the time.
Seasonal demand - I do get people w ho ring me in the w inter in a mad panic. Their first mistake
is they pay the w rong price for their electricity, not having a realistic view on their heating needs.
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80% of energy is used in the six w inter months of the year!
40% is used in the tw o peak months!
10% is used in merely a few @ 5 of the w orst days!
So DO NOT be surprised by high readings in the w inter. 08/09 was higher than 07/08 by 30%
09/10 is the coldest w inter for 30 years. 12/13 went on much longer than 11/12. So that w ill be up
again by a huge margin!
Insulation - My poorly insulated portacabin uses 2.5 times more than my domestic rooms.
Remember you are in control. If you turn up the temperature you spend more money. If you turn it
dow n you spend less. Alw ays shop around for the best electricity price.
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CONTENTS PAGE
Page 2
Running Costs
Page 3
Contents Page
Page 4
Installing your Electric Radiator
Page 5
Before you start – w hat do you w ant your radiator to do?
Page 6
Programming the radiator w ith the remote control (if purchased)
Page 9
Remote control programs (Pre-sets P1-P9)
Page 11
Remote control programs (User defined U1-U5)
Page 12
Programming manually using the 3 pre-set programs
Page 14
Programming manually using your ow n program
Page 17
Troubleshooting and helpful information
Page 19
Warranty Conditions
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INSTALLING YOUR ELECTRIC RADIATOR
The location of you radiator should be chosen properly and must follow any existing rules and
regulations.
WARNING
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The appliance should never be covered by clothes, coverings or any other object, nor
should it be placed behind or below furniture or any other obstacle for the circulation of
air.
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The appliance should stay clear of all flammable objects and children should not be left
alone close to the heater w ithout adult supervision.
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Do not install the appliance below an electric outlet.
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Do not use the radiator to dry clothes.
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To avoid overheating, do not cover the heating appliance. If you cover the radiator
(including shelves/furniture) or do not apply a minimum clearance around the radiator
this may cause it to fail or malfunction and cause permanent damage.
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The appliance should not be installed near places w hich are at risk of splashing w ater
like baths, w ashbasins, etc without a minimum clearance of 60cm.
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If the pow er cord is damaged, it may only be replaced by us in order to avoid risks.
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The appliance should be installed so that the thermostats and plug may not be touched
directly or indirectly by any person w ithin a bath or a shower (respecting the limits set by
the RBT regulations).
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Alw ays follow the safety measures: the minimum distances betw een the radiator and
the ground or w all is 15cm.
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Do not place near draughts or in direct sunlight.
This device is not intended for use by persons (including children) w ith physical, sensory
or m ental disability, or lack experience or knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instructions concerning use of the appliance by a person responsibl e for
their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure they do not play w ith the appliance.
What’s in the box?
Radiator w ith moulded plug x 1, Wall Bracket x 2, Manual x 1, Screws x 4, Template x 1
WALL MOUNT
Alw ays try to install the radiator onto an external w all (cold) under a w indow, but never in a
ventilated area or in direct sunlight. Follow the minimum safety distances for installation.
1.
2.
3.
Using the template provided, mark through the template at correct radiator size.
Drill your holes and screw the brackets onto the w all.
Slide your radiator onto the brackets.
On plasterboard w alls, plasterboard (Redidriver or similar) screws are advised.
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BEFORE YOU START – WHAT DO YOU WANT YOUR RADIATOR TO DO?
Your radiator can be programmed by using the remote control (if purchased), y ou can use one of
the 3 pre-installed programs (see below ) or you can program it manually yourself.
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You may w ish to choose one of these or choose to design your ow n. Remember to
start at midnight on day 1.
Econom y = cooler tem perature
Com fort  = w arm er tem perature
Frost  = frost tem perature
PRO 1 = domestic living room
PRO 2 = domestic bedroom
Monday to Friday
Economy = 00.00 to 7.00
Comfort = 7.00 to 9.00
Economy = 9.00 to 17.00
Comfort = 17.00 to 23.00
Economy = 23.00 to 00.00
Monday to Sunday
Economy = 00.00 to 7.00
Comfort = 7.00 to 9.00
Economy = 9.00 to 21.00
Comfort = 21.00 to 23.00
Economy = 23.00 – 00.00
PRO 3 = offices
Monday to Friday
Economy = 00.00 to 7.00
Comfort = 7.00 to 18.00
Economy = 18.00 to 00.00
Saturday/Sunday
Economy = 24 hours both days
Your ow n program will show as PRO w hen entered, use the space below to write
dow n your own program.
If you have purchased the optional remote control go to page 6 for instructions or
see instructions in remote control box
If you are choosing PRO1 / PRO2 or PRO3 go to page 12 for instructions
If you w ant to choose your own program (PRO) and are programming the radiator
m anually (without the remote control) go to page 14 for instructions
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PROGRAMMING YOUR RADIATOR WITH THE OPTIONAL REMOTE
CONTROL (IF PURCHASED)
There are 9 pre-set programs in the remote already (P1-P9) and then room to put 5 of your ow n
user defined programs (U1-U5). See programs on Page 9
Setting the time and date (if you go wrong at any stage, take batteries out and start again)
Put batteries in, close cover, screen w ill very briefly show all the symbols.
Screen should now show 00.00 (the first 00’s should be flashing)
Press ↓ or ↑ to change the hour. Press OK
Press ↑ or ↓ to change the minutes. Press OK
Press ↑ or ↓ to change the year (if necessary) Press OK
Press ↑ or ↓ to change the month (flashing on right side) Press OK
Press ↑ or ↓ to change the date (flashing on left side) Press OK
Time and date are now set
Setting one of the pre -set program s (P1 – P9)
Look at the program list on pages 9 & 10 and choose w hich program best suits your lifestyle.
Press the ↑ or ↓ to choose w hich program you w ant (betw een P1 and P9).
Press the transmit button (bottom right hand button) and point it at the radiator, the radiator w ill
flash. When it has stopped flashing it means the program has been transmitted and is now
w orking.
To lock the radiators (so that the program cannot be altered w ithout your know ledge)
Press the → button tw ice until you get the padlock symbol at top of screen then press the transmit
button on bottom right hand side of remote.
Repeat this stage to unlock and press transmit.
To set your ow n program , see page 7
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To set your ow n, user-defined program (U1-U5)
Please read fully before you try to program
Before you start, decide w hat hours you w ant as your economy (moon) settings and w hat hours
you w ant as comfort settings (sun). Write this dow n and have it in front of you.
Choose one of the U1 – U5 programs (w e w ill say U1), Press OK
An ‘Off’ sign w ill be flashing in the bottom right hand side of the screen, press OK then OK again
to stop the U1 program flashing. Timer should now be displayed on screen flashing 0:00 and
have black bars at the top and bottom of screen. The top bars are Am, the bottom bars are PM.
Every one of the bars above and below represents a half hour segment of the day. I w ant the
economy setting betw een 00.00 hours and 6.30 am, then comfort setting betw een 6.30 and
9.00am. Economy setting betw een 9.00am and 17.00pm then comfort betw een 17.00 to 22.30
and economy betw een 22.30 and 00.00. I w ant this repeating every day for 7 days.
This is an example only, you decide w hen you w ant your comfort and economy settings and at
w hat times.
The days of the w eek are listed dow n the left hand side of the screen and you should be on day 1.
(Alw ays start at midnight, day one). Presssymbol until you get to 6.30, press  symbol until
you get to 9.00 then symbol until you get to 17.00, then  until 22.30 then  again until 00.00.
Press the OK button to copy the program through the 7 days then press the transmit button
(bottom right button).
You can set every day differently if you w ant to but you w ill have to go through each half hour of
each day. Once this is done it is set into your remote as a program that w on’t be lost. You have 5
of your ow n programs if needed or simply choose one of the pre-set programs show n on age 9.
‘FOR’
If your radiator is show ing ‘For’ on the screen it simply means you have tried to force it into
another mode w hich is different from the program.
To get it back to normal (if sun symbol is show ing in bottom left hand of screen press the m oon
symbol. If the m oon symbol w as show ing press the sun symbol).
On the remote you w ill see a little hand symbol and a trash can, press the OK button, dashes w ill
come up on the remote and your radiator should now be flashing betw een PRO and the
temperature.
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Additional Inform ation
You w ill need to set your temperatures into your radiator.
Press the m /ok button on your radiator until you get the  symbol (w arm/comfort setting), use
your +/- buttons to get to the desired temperature.
Press m /ok again until you get the (cool/economy setting), use your +/- buttons to get to the
desired temperature.
The radiator w on’t let the m oon tem perature w ithin 3° of the sun tem perature
We recommend 3 or 4° difference betw een the tw o temperatures.
Frost setting
If you w ant to use a frost setting (7°C) at all, press the  symbol instead of the  or symbols on
the remote but please note you w ill not be able to see bars on your screen for this setting only the
 symbol.
Changing the time (Start/End of British Summer Time)
Press the ← button, you w ill see the time and a clock symbol  on the screen, press OK
Hours w ill flash, change using the ↑ or ↓ button and press OK
Minutes w ill flash, change using the ↑ or ↓ button and press OK
Year w ill flash, change using the ↑ or ↓ button and press OK
Month w ill flash, change using the ↑ or ↓ button and press OK
Day of month w ill flash, change using the ↑ or ↓ button and press OK
Done
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Friday
Saturday
00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 9.00
9.00 – 17.00
 17.00 – 23.00
23.00 - 00
 00 – 8.00
 8.00 – 23.00
23.00 - 00
00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 9.00
 9.00 – 12.00
 12.00 – 14.00
14.00 – 18.00
 18.00 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 9.00
 9.00 – 12.00
 12.00 – 14.00
14.00 – 18.00
 18.00 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
 00 – 8.00
 8 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
 00 – 6.00
 6 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
 00 – 6.00
 6 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
 00 – 6.00
 6 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
00 – 7.00
 7.00 - 00
 00 – 01.00
1.00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
Thursday
00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 9.00
9.00 – 17.00
 17.00 – 23.00
23.00 - 00
00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 9.00
 9.00 – 12.00
 12.00 – 14.00
14.00 – 18.00
 18.00 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
 00 – 6.00
 6 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
 00 – 8.00
 8 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
Wednesday
00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 9.00
9.00 – 17.00
 17.00 – 23.00
23.00 - 00
00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 9.00
 9.00 – 12.00
 12.00 – 14.00
14.00 – 18.00
 18.00 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
 00 – 6.00
 6 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
 00 – 8.00
 8.00 – 23.00
23.00 - 00
Tuesday
00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 9.00
9.00 – 17.00
 17.00 – 23.00
23.00 - 00
00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 9.00
 9.00 – 12.00
 12.00 – 14.00
14.00 – 18.00
 18.00 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
Sunday
Monday
00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 9.00
9.00 – 17.00
 17.00 – 23.00
23.00 - 00
P2
P3
P1
 00 – 1.00
 01.00 – 07.00
 07.00 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
 00 – 7.00
 7.00 - 00
 00 – 15.00
 15.00 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
 00 – 15.00
 15.00 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
 00 – 15.00
 15.00 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
 00 – 15.00
 15.00 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
 00 – 15.00
 15.00 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
P4
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00 – 7.00
 7 – 21.00
 21.00 - 00
 00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 19.00
 19.00 - 00
00 – 00
 00 – 8.00
 8.00 – 19.00
 19.00 - 00
 00 – 8.00
 8.00 – 19.00
 19.00 - 00
 00 – 8.00
 8.00 – 18.00
 18.00 - 00
 00 - 00
 00 - 00
 00 – 13.00
 13.00 - 00
 00 - 00
 00 - 00
00 – 6.00
 6.00 – 8.00
8.00 – 18.00
 18.00 - 00
00 – 6.00
 6.00 – 8.00
 8.00 – 14.00
 14.00 – 21.00
 21.00 - 00
 00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 19.00
 19.00 - 00
 00 – 8.00
 8.00 – 19.00
 19.00 - 00
 00 - 00
00 - 00
 00 – 6.00
 6.00 – 8.00
8.00 – 9.00
 9.00 – 23.00
23.00 - 00
00 – 6.00
 6.00 – 8.00
 8.00 – 14.00
 14.00 – 21.00
 21.00 - 00
 00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 19.00
 19.00 - 00
 00 – 8.00
 8.00 – 19.00
 19.00 - 00
00 – 07.00
07.00 - 00
 00 - 00
Friday
 00 – 6.00
 6.00 – 8.00
8.00 – 9.00
 9.00 – 23.00
23.00 - 00
00 – 6.00
 6.00 – 8.00
 8.00 – 14.00
 14.00 – 21.00
 21.00 - 00
 00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 19.00
 19.00 - 00
 00 – 8.00
 8.00 – 19.00
 19.00 - 00
P9
00 – 7.00
 7 – 21.00
 21.00 - 00
Thursday
 00 – 6.00
 6.00 – 8.00
8.00 – 9.00
 9.00 – 23.00
23.00 - 00
00 – 6.00
 6.00 – 8.00
 8.00 – 14.00
 14.00 – 21.00
 21.00 - 00
 00 – 7.00
 7.00 – 19.00
 19.00 - 00
P8
Sunday
Wednesday
 00 – 6.00
 6.00 – 8.00
8.00 – 9.00
 9.00 – 23.00
23.00 - 00
00 – 6.00
 6.00 – 8.00
 8.00 – 14.00
 14.00 – 21.00
 21.00 - 00
P7
 00 – 6.00
 6.00 – 8.00
 8.00 – 19.00
 19.00 – 23.00
 23.00 - 00
Tuesday
 00 – 06.00
 06.00 – 08.00
08.00 – 21.00
 21.00 – 23.00
23.00 - 00
P6
Saturday
Monday
P5
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Saturday
Friday
Thursday
Wednesday
Tuesday
Monday
U1
U2
U3
U4
U5
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PROGRAMMING MANUALLY USING THE 3 PRE-SET PROGRAMS
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Plug your radiator in at the w all and sw itch on at the back behind the control panel, (it
may already be on) your screen w ill now be flashing. Press any button and your screen
w ill look like any of these pictures (ignore the temperatures).
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35°


15°
Short press the  /P button to put the radiator into standby mode. Your screen should now
look like this.
-- : -
Press and hold the  /P button dow n for approximately 7 seconds until the screen shows
0:00. There w ill be a row of small black boxes along the top of the screen (each one
represents an hour of the day), and there w ill be the numbers 1 to 7 dow n the right hand
side of the screen (these represent the days of the w eek). SHORT PRESS  /P AGAIN
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Use the + or - button to select the current day of the w eek (1= Monday, 2 = Tuesday etc)
and press m /ok to confirm. This is a 24 hour clock. This w ill now move onto the hour, so
again; use the + or -button to change to the current hour and then m /ok to confirm.
Lastly it w ill move onto the minutes. Use the + or - button to change to the correct time
and press m /ok to confirm.
The set time is now on the screen. This is standby mode.
If you now short press/P to switch the radiator back on.
Now keep short pressing the m /ok again to take you betw een PRO1, PRO2 and PRO3
(w hichever you want to use).
Leave for a couple of seconds then your screen should be flashing between the program
and your temperature. There is nothing more that you need to do.
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Adjusting Temperatures
Rem ember: The radiator w on’t let the moon temperature within 3° of the sun temperature
After you have set your program and day/time you may w ish to change the temperature for the
Comfort/Economy modes. To do this, make sure the radiator is sw itched on and in a program
PRO1/PRO2/PRO3 then follow the instructions below.
Short press m /ok to change out of the PRO1/PRO2/PRO3 and into the comfort temperature .
Press the + or – button to adjust the temperature to the desired temperature, press m /ok to
confirm and move to the economy temperature  and repeat the process. Pressing m /ok again
w ill take you back into the PRO1/PRO2/PRO3. If you leave the screen in  or  mode, it w ill
permanently stay at that displayed temperature and not sw itch between the two.
Please remember that your radiator is thermostatically controlled, and as such it w ill not start to
heat up unless the room temperature has dropped below your settings.
Frost Mode
If you are likely to be away from home for a period of time then you can use the frost m ode
if desired to keep the temperature of the room at a constant 7°.
Before you go aw ay - Press and hold the m /ok button for around 7 seconds to put into frost mode.
On your return - Short press the m /ok button to take it out of frost mode and back into your
program.
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PROGRAMMING MANUALLY USING YOUR OWN PROGRAM
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Before you start programming you need to w rite down your program, consider that you
w ill be setting the economy () temperature w hen you are not using the room and a
comfort () temperature for w hen you will. Also decide w hat you want each of these
temperatures to be. We w ould recommend the economy temperature is to be 4° low er
than the comfort temperature.
You w ill be setting the program for each of the 7 days, so make sure that you have noted
any different settings for weekend days etc.
Plug your radiator in at the w all and sw itch on at the back behind the control panel, (it
may already be on), your screen w ill now be flashing. Press any button. Your screen
should look like one of these (ignore w hat temperature it says).
-- : --
35°


15°
Short press the  /P button to put the radiator into standby mode. And your screen w ill
now look like this
-- : -
Press and hold the  /P button dow n for approximately 7 seconds until the screen shows
0:00. There w ill be a row of small black boxes along the top of the screen (each one
represents an hour of the day), and there w ill be the numbers 1 to 7 dow n the right hand
side of the screen (these represent the days of the w eek).
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The programming starts at midnight on Monday morning, so 00:00 is the hour, the first
black box should be flashing, and the arrow should be pointing at day 1 (Monday).
Please note this is a 24 hour clock.
Use the + button to select the temp symbol that you w ant for midnight on Monday
morning. The moon is the economy temperature, and the sun is the comfort temperature
(w e will ignore the frost symbol at this time)
Once you have selected the correct temperature symbol (w e will assume that this is the
moon symbol) you need to consult your notes to see at w hat time your comfort
temperature is required. Use the m /ok button to advance the hour until you get to the
time for the comfort temperature.
When you reach the time that you w ant your comfort temperature you w ill need to stop
pressing m /ok and use the + button to change the symbol to a sun.
Once you have selected the sun symbol you w ill need to consult your notes again to see
w hat time you require the economy temperature/moon setting. Use the m /ok button to
advance the hour until you get to the time for the economy temp, then use the + to select
to select your moon symbol again.
Remember that the + button alters the temperature and the m /ok button advances the
hour. Once you have reached 23:00 on each day, the next time you press m /ok you will
move onto the follow ing day.
Keep repeating these steps until you have entered your requirements for all 7 days.
Take care w hen advancing the hour, as you w ill not be able to go back if you make a
mistake and you w ill have to start all over again by pressing and holding the  /P button.
When your programming is complete and you press m /ok at 23:00 on day 7 (Sunday)
the screen w ill move onto the time/day setting. You should see 0:00 and the numbers 1
to 7 dow n the right hand side of the screen.
Use the + or - button to select the current day of the w eek and press m /ok to confirm.
This w ill now move onto the hour, so again; use the + or - button to change to the current
hour and then m /ok to confirm. Lastly it w ill move onto the minutes. Use the + or - button
to change to the correct time and press m /ok to confirm.
You see the time on the screen, short press/P again
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To alter the temperature settings (remember, you cannot take the moon temperature with
3° of the sun temperature) you can now keep short pressing the m /ok button until you
see the sun symbol. Using your + or - buttons adjust to desired temperature then
press m /ok to confirm. This w ill move onto the moon temperature, again if it is not the
correct temperature; use the + and - buttons to alter it to your required setting; then press
m /ok to confirm. Keep pressing m /ok until you see PRO and leave it. The radiator
should now be running back in your program mode and flashing betw een the
program/temperature.
There is nothing more that you need to do, just sit back and relax.
Please remember that your radiator is thermostatically controlled, and as such it w ill not start to
heat up unless the room temperature has dropped below your settings.
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TROUBLESHOOTING AND HELPFUL INFORMATION
Com mon reported faults (all too frequently not genuine)
The follow ing faults are often applicable to the consumer rather than the actual product and can
easily be deemed to be non-genuine w arranties.
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Radiator is not providing the correct level of heat. (Too m uch / too little / none at
all)
The product is thermostatic, ignore w hat the radiator does, is the room at the
temperature you have requested (we suggest using a room thermometer)?
To test any radiator turn the temperature up to 35° w ithin 10 to 15 minutes it should be
too hot to touch.
Radiator fitted to an inside w all (bad position) should alw ays be outside w all or under a
w indow in badly insulated property’s.
See Recalibration of thermostat (see below ). Re-set to zero.
Consumer programming or user miss-understanding of the product. (Measure the room
temperature).
Consumer’s room or rooms are larger than applicable for the product or a door left open
to an unheated area.
Badly specified application.
Sunlight or a cold draft directed onto the radiator.
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Radiator appears to have no power
Check the sw itch at the back of the radiator directly behind the control screen?
Has the w iring been modified?
Has the fuse in the plug been checked?
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Expansion noise
A sound like a gong or clang could be applicable to expansion and contraction, run the
radiator for 48 hours at a higher than normal temperature (30 +) should resolve the
issue. If not time should settle it dow n.
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Marks on the radiator --- this can be resolved easily w ith “hob cleaner” or Cif.
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Recalibration of thermostat
It may be possible that your radiator may need re-calibrating at some stage during its
lifetime. We occasionally get people w ho inadvertently recalibrate the thermostat by
accident. If this is the case you w ill need to go through the follow ing instructions
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Press  /P to put the radiator into standby mode
Press and hold dow n M button until you see 0.0° It may say something else
Use your + and – buttons to get it back to 0.0° if it does say something else
Press m /ok button again to put back into standby
Press  /P again to put back into program
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Pow er Cuts, turning back on after a period of time
If the pow er has been lost or turned off for a period of time then w hen you switch back
on the radiator WILL have remembered your program but you w ill need to change the
day and time again. Follow instructions below .
Press the  /P button to sw itch radiator into Standby mode (only the time appears on
the screen). Now press and hold the  /P button for 7 seconds (this will take you to the
beginning of the programming screen. Short press the  /P button once again.
The time and 1-7 days of the w eek will appear on the screen w ith a cursor flashing on
one of the numbers 1-7 dow n the right hand side. Select current day of the w eek
(1=Monday, 2=Tues etc) using + and – buttons and press m /ok to confirm.
The hour w ill flash. Use the + or – buttons, then m /ok to confirm, Repeat the above for
minutes. Once complete, only the time w ill show . Press  /P to switch radiator back
on.
Press m /ok to select mode of use (Pro/Pro1/Pro2/Pro3). Your screen should now flash
betw een Pro and temperature.
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I w ant to leave my radiator in Frost setting when I go on holiday
When in current program, press and hold dow n the m /ok button for around 7 seconds, it
w ill automatically put your radiator into Frost mode and show 7°. When you come back
simply short press the m /ok button and your normal program w ill resume.
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I w ant to lock my radiator so that the settings cannot be altered
Simply press and hold the + and – buttons together until your screen looks like this.
- - - - - - - - - To unlock do the same again and your normal program w ill resume
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My radiator keeps showing 4° on the screen
You have tried to take the sun and moon temperatures w ithin 4° degrees of each other,
remember if sun temperature is 20° the moon should be 16°. Simply adjust both
temperatures.
Other notes:
Also radiators purchased before June 2012 w ill not have had the 3 re-set programs in
the radiators.
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WARRANTY CONDITIONS
For full terms and conditions see your invoice provided or visit
our website.
Warranty is 10 years on the body of the radiator and 3 years on
the electronics panel.
Warranty does not cover the event of abnormal use or poor
installation.
In case of failure or malfunction, please call us first to discuss, if it
is something that can be talked through over the phone we will
do this, if not we will send you our warranty claim document
which MUST be filled in completely WITH a signature and
scanned or posted back to us at the address below.
The Economy Radiator Company
MWRAD Ltd
Unit M
Middlemoor Business Park
Dalton
North Yorkshire
YO7 3JD
sales@economy-radiators.com
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