RWB1007 User instructions Section 1 Introduction and features Section 2 Factory settings Section 3 Setting on/off times Section 4 Boost /Advance Section 5 Review Programme Section 6 Setting Clock Section 7 Service interval* 1. Introduction The RWB1007 is a 7 day or 5day 2 day Timer with Volt Free contacts and is Ideal for Combination Boilers Features Larger Digital display 2 or 3 On /Off Periods per day Advance feature to bring forward the next On/Off period Boost Feature to give an immediate 1 hour On Automatic Summer /Winter change over (Summer winter changeover switch occurs at 2am) Built in Calendar Service Interval capable* Copy Facility 2. Factory settings Before leaving the factory the RWB1007 was programmed with the correct date and time with the following switching times dependent on Dip switch setting on back of RWB (factory default 2 On/Off) Monday - Friday 2 On /Off switching Times On 6.00 Off 8.30 On 4.30 Off 10.30 3 On /Off switching Times On 6:00 Off 8.30 On 12.00 Off 2.00 On 4.30 Off 10.30 Weekend 2 On /Off switching On 7.00 Off 9.00 On 4.30 Off 11.00 3 On /Off switching Times On 7:00 Off 9.00 On 12.00 Off 2.00 On 4.30 Off 11.00 Operating Instructions Switch (1) Programming switch. When all programming has been done this switch must be in Run Switch 1 Switch (2) This switch allows you to choose how the RWB…operates Constant the RWB is permanently ON Switch 2 All Day The RWB will Switch on at the 1st ON and Off at the last OFF Auto The RWB will Switch automatically at the programmed times 3. Setting The On/Off Times The RWB1007 is supplied with factory settings (see section 2) If you wish to change the factory settings to your own times you can do so easily ON/OFF times are adjustable in 10 minute steps Slide switch (1) to Prog display will show all the days of the week with triangle under Mo Press Yes if wish to program Monday or press Day until the triangle goes under the required day then press Yes Setting times First On time will appear 6.00am to change the time press the + or – button when you have reached the desired time press YES the display will show the first Off 8.30 repeat process until all times are entered for that day Copy Copy Yes / NO will appear in the display if you wish to copy to next day Press YES and repeat for each day you wish to be the same, if you do not wish to copy press No and then repeat setting times when all programming is complete slide the switch to Run Note LIMIT will come in the display if you try moving a programme time forward or backward and it comes up against an existing time 4. Boost Pressing this will switch your heating on for one hour if in an off period or will add an hour if in an On period Advance Pressing this will bring forward the next on or off period this feature only works in Auto or All day 5. Reviewing your program Press Review then press Yes first ON with Triangle under Mo will show repeat pressing Yes until all times have been reviewed for Mo triangle will then move to Tue and repeat then Wed etc when you have finished reviewing stop pressing YES and RWB will go back to normal mode after 4 seconds of no buttons being pressed 6. Setting the Time The RWB 1007 comes pre set with correct Date Time should you need to re set the time for any reason Move programming slider to Clock symbol Y will appear in the display Press +or – button to change Year when correct Year is in the display Press YES M will appear in the display Press +or – button to change Month when correct Month is in the display Press YES D will appear in the display Press +or – button to change Day when correct Day is in the display Press YES Clock symbol will appear in display Press +or – button to change time when correct time is in the display Press YES Then move slider to Run *In some instances the RWB may have been set with the service interval function enabled this option is designed to remind the end user to contact the relevant person to have the annual service carried out on the boiler By Law, your gas boiler should be inspected/serviced annually to ensure it is working correctly, to help make sure this service is carried out at the correct time the RWB can have the Service Interval function enabled. This function will be enabled and programmed by your Installer, maintenance Engineer, or. Landlord If it has been set to do so, the RWB will display a message on the screen to remind you that a boiler service is due. This pre warning countdown will be indicated up to 50 days before the Service is due to allow time to arrange for an engineer normal functions will continue during this stage . The amount of Pre warn Days will have been entered by your Installer, maintenance Engineer, or. Landlord you should contact them on first seeing the Pre-warn. At this point the display will switch between normal display and the amount of days left. the RWB will also emit a 5 second sound hourly between 9am and 9pm If the RWB goes past it service day the system will switch of with only the One hour boost functioning and the display will alternate between the real time and Off Reset must be pressed after any change to either the (P) Fully pumped -(G) Gravity or the 2/3 Prg per day switch on back of RWB, Sliders on the front must be in Off when changing from (P) Fully pumped to (G) Gravity WHAT IS A PROGRAMMER? ...an Explanation for Householders (as recommended by the Energy Savings Trust) Programmers allow you to set ‘On’ and ‘Off’ time periods. Some models switch the central heating and domestic hot water on and off at the same time, while others allow the domestic hot water and heating to come on and go off at different times. Set the ‘On’ and ‘Off’ time periods to suit your own lifestyle. On some programmers you must also set whether you want the heating and hot water to run continuously, run under the chosen ‘On’ and ‘Off’ heating periods, or be permanently off. The time on the programmer must be correct. Some types have to be adjusted in spring and autumn at the changes between Greenwich Mean Time and British Summer Time. You may be able to temporarily adjust the heating programme, for example, ‘Override’, ‘Advance’, or ‘Boost’. These are explained in the manufacturer’s instructions. The heating will not work if the room thermostat has switched the heating off. And, if you have a hot-water cylinder, the water heating will not work if the cylinder thermostat detects that the hot water has reached the correct temperature.