TS715 Si
Electronic
single channel
timeswitch
Installation & User Instructions
(Including 24V models)
®
Certification Mark
INDEX
Index
Installation
Product specification
Installation
Wiring
DIL switch settings
Advanced Programming Options
Copy Functions
Service Interval Timer
Wiring Conversion
User
What is a programmer?
Your timeswitch
Preset programmes
Before you start
AM/PM or 24hr display
Setting the Time and Day
Accepting the preset programmes
Changing the preset programmes
Programming system - 5/2 day
Programming system - 7 day
Programming system - 24 hour
Running the programme
Temporary overrides
Holiday Programme
Changing clocks forward/back
Service Interval Timer
Making a full reset
Troubleshooting
Contact details
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3-4
4
5
5
6-7
7
8-11
12
13
13
14
14
14-15
15
16
17-18
19-20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
30
+1HR override
+1HR
MAN override
MAN
DAY/HOL
Mode
SELECT
2
RESET
Please Note:
This product should only be installed by a qualified
electrician or competent heating installer, and should be
in accordance with the current edition of the IEEE wiring
regulations.
Product specification
Specification
230V Model
24V Model
Power supply
230 Vac, ±15%,
50/60 Hz
24Vac, ±15%,
50/60Hz
Switching action
1 x SPDT voltage free, Type 1B
Switch rating
24 - 230 Vac, 3(1)A
Battery back-up
24 hours minimum
Setting/Running Accuracy
±1 minute
Dimensions, mm (W, H, D)
135 x 88 x 32
Design standard
EN 60730-2-7
Control Pollution Situation
Installation and Specification
Installation Instructions
Degree 2
Rated Impulse Voltage
2.5kV
Ball Pressure Test
75°C
Installation
Remove wallplate from unit by unscrewing the two screws
on the bottom edge of the unit.
From the top left hand corner of the wallplate, there must
be clearances of at least 140 mm to the right, 15mm to the
left, 30mm above and 100mm below in order to mount
the plug-on module.
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Installation and Wiring
The wallplate must be securely mounted either directly to
the wall using suitable wood screws or to a flush mounted
1-gang electrical accessory box using M3.5 screws.
Cable access can either be from behind for concealed
cabling, or from below for surface cabling. If surface cable
is used, cut out cable access slot on plug-on module prior
to mounting the module.
For wiring connections refer to diagram on page 5.
TS715-Si models are double insulated and do not require
an earth connection, however a parking terminal is
provided on the wallplate. This is clearly marked with an
Earth symbol.
Prior to mounting the plug-on module, DIL switches on
the rear of the plug-on module must be set. See diagram
on page 5 for available options.
Mount plug-on module to wallplate by locating tabs on
top of wallplate in apertures on rear of module, hinge
down and press firmly to wallplate before tightening
securing screws on bottom of wallplate.
NOTE:
Link terminals L
and 1 for standard
mains voltage
operated systems
On 24 volt models
power supply must
be wired to A & B on
wallplate.
TS715 (3066 12/01)
Wiring (For Wiring Conversion tables see pages 8-11)
230 V
fused 3A
COM
OFF
ON
Always switch off mains first and never fit programmer
to a live wallplate.
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Before mounting the unit, ensure the
4 DIL switches on the rear have been
moved to the required settings.
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Tick the INSTALLER SETTING box
on the inside flap label to notify
user in which mode their unit is
set (24hr, 5/2 day or 7 day).
Sw.1
Not Used
Not Used
Sw.2
Not Used
Not Used
Sw.3
5/2 Day
Sw.4
7 Day
7 Day or 24 Hour
24 Hour
INSTALLER SETTING
24 Hour
5+2 Day
7 Day
Advanced Programming Options
To enter advanced programming press PROG, + and DAY/HOL
together and hold for 5 seconds.
Option 1 - (3 or 2 On/Off ’s per day)
Use + or - to change between 3 and 2 on/off ’s each day.
2
3
3 on/off ’s each day (Factory setting)
2 on/off ’s each day
Option 2 - (Disable or enable auto time change)
Press NEXT, then use + or - change between auto time change
enabled and auto time change disabled.
Auto time change enabled (Factory setting)
DIL switch settings and Advanced Programming Options
DIL Switch Settings
Auto time change disabled
Option 8 - (Advanced Copy Functions)
Press NEXT, then + or - to change between the following copy
options:
(0) Standard copy in 7 day and 5+2 day.
(1) Enhanced copy in 7 day, standard copy in 5+2 day
(2) Enhanced copy in 7 day, AB copy in 5+2 day.
For an explanation of the copy features and how to use them
please see page 6.
Press PROG to return to RUN.
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Copy Functions
Copy Functions Explained
There are 3 possible copy functions available. These are;
Standard Copy, Enhanced Copy, and AB copy. Copy functions
are enabled/disabled in the Advanced Programming Options
(page 5).
Standard Copy: Pressing copy will copy the previous days
events into the displayed day. The unit will then display the 1st
event for the new day. This copy function is present only if the
unit is set to run in 5+2 or 7 day mode.
Enhanced Copy: The enhanced copy function is available in 7
day mode only. This allows any day to be copied to any other
day, or days. To use the enhanced copy function go into the
event programming using the PROG button, then:
1. Use the DAY button to find the day to be copied from.
2. Press the COPY button to select the day to be copied from.
When selected, the day should begin to flash.
3. Use the DAY button to find the day to be copied to.
4. Press COPY button to copy the selected day.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to select and copy other days.
6. To stop copying, use the DAY button to go back to the
flashing day and press the COPY button. The previously
flashing day will stop flashing to indicate it has been deselected.
NOTE: When a day has been copied to, it will remain visible and
not flashing when the DAY button is used to select other days.
AB Copy: The AB copy function is available in 5+2 mode only
and only if activated in the Advanced Programming setting.
A and B days, when selected, can be any group of days e.g. 5+2,
4+3 etc. The days do not have to run in sequence. For example,
to operate in a 5+2 day mode the days can be set as follows:
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B Days
Wed Sun
To use the AB copy function – press the PROG button:
1. This will show the “A” days, with all the days selected.
2. Use the DAY button to highlight a day.
3. Subsequent presses of the DAY button will increment
through the days.
4. Press the + button to select a specific day as an “A” day, or
press the – button to specify a day as a “B” day.
5. Once the day has been selected as an “A” or “B” day the
programme will automatically jump to the next day.
6. When the last day of the week is active, pressing +, -, or DAY
will move back to the “A” days displayed with no selected
(flashing) days (see image below).
7. Repeat 2 to 6 until all selections have been made.
8. When selections are completed, press the PROG button to
move to event programming.
Copy Functions and Service Interval Timer
A Days
Mon Tues Thurs Fri Sat
Event Programming in AB mode
1. Programme “A” day events using the + (time advance), - (time
decrease), and NEXT (next period) buttons.
2. Press the DAY button to change to programme the “B” days
3. Programme “B” day events using the + (time advance), - (time
decrease), and NEXT (next period) buttons.
Service Interval Timer
The TS715 Si is fitted with an installer setback service interval
timer. If this feature is required please contact our technical
department. Setting instructions for this gas safety feature are
only available to bona fide heating installers.
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WIRING CONVERSIONS, (applies only to 230 volt models)
Wiring conversions for other timeswitches which can be replaced with the
Danfoss TS715-Si, refer to the second part of the table. If in any doubt, please
contact our Technical Services Department before proceeding with the
replacement.
MAINS
DANFOSS RANDALL
TS715-Si
N
L
N
L
The existing wallplate may be used when replacing the following, but the wiring must be
between L & COM terminals of wallplate.
ACL LS111, LS711, LP111 & LP711
N
L
DRAYTON TEMPUS ONE & TEMPUS TWO
N
L
LANDIS & GYR RWB3
N
L
LANDIS & GYR RWB30
N
L
The TS75/TS15 wallplate must be used to replace the existing wallplate when replacing th
age systems, fit wire link between terminal 1 & L of wallplate.
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GRASSLIN 45, 45A, 45E
2
1
HONEYWELL ST6100
N
L
HORSTMANN 423 PEARL, EMERALD & TOPAZ
N
L
HORSTMANN KMK2A YMK2
3
4
HORSTMANN 425 CORONET
N
L
DANFOSS RANDALL 911
N
L
DANFOSS RANDALL 103, 103E, 103E5 & 103E7
5
6
RANDALL 3020
1,7
6
DANFOSS RANDALL SET1
N
L
RANDALL TSR2
3
2
PEGLER SUNVIC SP20 & SP25/30
N
L
POTTERTON MYSON EP4001
N
L
LOAD
COM
OFF
SPARE
ON
1
2
3
4
An additional terminal block may be required where these disconnected leadss
(or pairs of leads) should be terminated
A
B
C
D
e reconnected as shown below. In addition, in mains voltage systems, fit wire link
1
2
4
3
1
3
4
2
-
3
1
4
2
3
1
4
2
he following timeswitches. Wiring details are shown below. In addition, in mains volt3
-
4
1
2
3
4
-
-
3
-
1
4
2
5
1
-
5
6
1
4
2
3
5
4
2
6
3
-
2
1
-
-
2
4
3
5
5
6
2
4
1
-
4
5
6
7
3
4
S
5
5
2
A
B
6
2
4
C
D
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MAINS
DANFOSS RANDALL
TS715-Si
N
L
N
L
The TS75/TS15 wallplate must be used to replace the existing wallplate when replacing th
age systems, fit wire link between terminal 1 & L of wallplate.
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SANGAMO M6
4,5
6
SANGAMO 410 FORM 8
4,5
3
SANGAMO S254 FORM 2, S408 FORM 5,
S251 FORM 2
N
L
SANGAMO S610 FORM 2, S611 FORM 2,
S612 FORM 2, S408 FORM 4, S408 FORM 6,
S253 FORM 2, S255 FORM 2
N
MOTOR
LIVE
SANGAMO S409 FORM 8
3,N
3,L
SANGAMO S263 FORM 2
SANGAMO S264 FORM 2
N
L
SMITHS IND. MKI, MKII
N
L
SMITHS IND. CENTROLLER 30
1
2
SMITHS IND. CENTROLLER 40
1
2
SWITCHMASTER
N
L
TOWERCHRON TC
2
1
VENNER VENNERETTE MKIIA
N
L
VENNER VENNERETTE MKIVA
2
3
VENNER VENOTIME (WITH NEON INDICATING CIRCUIT
ON)
N
L
VENNER VENOTIME (WITH NEON INDICATING POWER ON)
N
L
VENNER VENNERON, VENNERON P
3
2
LOAD
COM
OFF
SPARE
ON
1
2
3
4
An additional terminal block may be required where these disconnected leadss
(or pairs of leads) should be terminated
A
B
C
D
he following timeswitches. Wiring details are shown below. In addition, in mains volt3
2
7
1
8
-
2
6
1
7
-
-
LOAD
SWITCH
LIVE
-
LOAD
6
-
-
OFF
P2
-
P1
P3
-
-
3
4,5
-
-
3
4,5
4
-
2
1
3
4
-
3
7
8
LINE
-
LOAD
4
-
1
-
1
2
1
3
1
-
4
1
8
2
ON
2
6
9
10
11
3
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What is a programmer?
The text below has been edited and approved
by the Plain English Campaign, who has issued a Crystal
Mark to be displayed with it.
What is a programmer?
... an explanation for householders.
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.
Please note: A timeswitch is a single channel programmer. It will
allow you to set your system’s On and Off periods.
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Your timeswitch
The TS715-Si allows you to switch your system on and off at
times that suit you.
You can programme up to 3 seperate ON/OFF times per day.
Preset Programmes
Your TS715-Si comes ready programmed with a set of operating
times which often suit most people.
Event No.
Hot Water &
Heating
Mon-Fri
Sat-Sun**
1
1st ON
6:30
7:30
2
1st OFF
8:30
10:00
3*
2nd ON*
12:00*
12:00*
4*
2nd OFF*
12:00*
12:00*
5
3rd ON
17:00
17:00
6
3rd OFF
22:30
22:30
Overview and Preset Programmes
User Instructions
* Not applicable if unit set to 2 ON/OFFs per day by installer
**Not applicable if unit set to 24 hour mode by installer
See page 16 for explanations of different settings
If you want to change any of these settings, you can do so by
following the instructions on pages 16-21. First, follow the steps
on page 14-15 to set the correct time and date.
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RESET, 24hr or AM/PM display, Setting Time
Before you start
Open the flap on the front of the clock. Press the RESET button
using a non-metallic object (e.g. pencil/matchstick) until you
hear a click and the red light on the front of the unit comes on
and the LCD goes blank.
This will reinstate the preset
programmes and sets correct day
and time.
DAY/HOL
To fully reset the unit see page 27.
Choice of 24hr or AM/PM display
Press and hold DAY/HOL & NEXT ON/
OFF for 2 seconds to toggle between
24hr clock and AM/PM display, as
required.
DAY/HOL
Setting the correct Time and Day
These settings are made during
manufacture and only need to be
made in the unlikely event that the
unit has lost the settings.
Setting the Date
Press and hold PROG for 5 seconds to
display year.
Use the + or - buttons to set the
correct year.
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DAY/HOL
Setting Day, Accepting Preset Programmes
Press DAY/HOL to display day and
month. Use the + or - buttons to set the
correct month (Jan = 1, Feb = 2 etc.).
Press DAY/HOL to display day and
month. Use the + or - buttons to set day
of month.
Press PROG to display the time.
The words SET TIME will appear at the
top of the display & the time will flash
on and off.
Use the + or - buttons to set the correct
time (press and hold to change in 10
min. increments).
Setting the Day
The day of the week is set automatically.
Accepting the preset programmes
If you are happy to use the preset programmes on page 13, you
don’t need to do anything else.
To accept the factory presets just
press the PROG button once until the
time appears and colon in the display
begins to flash.
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Your unit is now in RUN mode and will control your heating and
hot water according to the preset programmes.
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Changing Preset Programmes
Before you change the preset programmes
Your installer will have set your unit to operate in one of the
following modes:
5/2 day - one set of programmes for weekdays and another
for weekends (page 17-18)
7 day - different settings for each day of the week
(page 19-20)
24 hour - one set of programmes for the whole week
(page 21)
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See INSTALLER SETTING tick box on inside flap label to
ascertain which mode your unit is set.
Please Note
The unit must be programmed in sequence and ON/OFF
times cannot be set out of sequence.
If you want to leave a preset time as it is, simply press NEXT
to move on to the next setting.
Your installer will have set your unit to programme either
2 or 3 ON/OFFs per day. If your clock has been installed to
allow 3 ON/OFFs and you do not wish to use one of the
ON/OFF settings, simply programme the ON time to be the
same as the OFF time and the setting will not operate.
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1.
Press PROG once until SET ON
TIME appears at the top of the
display and MOTUWETHFR
appears at the bottom of the
display.
DAY/HOL
Use the + or - buttons to set
the time you would like your
system to first come on in the
morning (Event 1).
2.
Press NEXT ON/OFF once
only.
Use the + or - buttons to
set the time you want your
system to go off (Event 2).
To move to the next setting,
i.e. when you would like your
system to come on again
(Event 3) press the NEXT ON/
OFF button again.
3.
DAY/HOL
DAY/HOL
Programming heating & hot water system - 5/2 day mode
Programming the ON/OFF Times in 5/2 day
mode
Continue
programming
system ON and OFF times for
weekday Events 4, 5 & 6 as in
Step 2.
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Programming heating & hot water system - 5/2 day mode
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4.
Press the DAY/HOL button once
and SASU will appear at the
bottom of the display.
5.
To set the times required for SA
and SU repeat steps 1 to 3 or if
the same settings are required
press COPY.
6.
Press the PROG button once to
return the unit to RUN mode
(time appears & colon in the
display begins to flash).
7.
Proceed to page 22.
DAY/HOL
DAY/HOL
DAY/HOL
1.
Press PROG once until SET ON
TIME appears at the top of the
display. Note the current day
is displayed. Press the DAY/
HOL button until the required
day is displayed.
DAY/HOL
Use the + or - buttons to
set the time you want your
system to first come on in the
morning (Event 1).
2.
Press NEXT ON/OFF to move
to Event 2.
Continue programming the
system ON and OFF times
in this way by using the + or
- buttons to set the time you
want and pressing the NEXT
ON/OFF button to move to
the next setting.
3.
Press DAY/HOL button once
only. The next day will appear
at the bottom of the display.
DAY/HOL
DAY/HOL
Programming heating & hot water system - 7 day mode
Programming the ON/OFF Times in 7 day
mode
DAY/HOL
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Programming heating & hot water system - 7 day mode
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Continue programming the
rest of the week by pressing:
DAY/HOL
a) NEXT ON/OFF button to
move to the next setting,
b) + or - buttons to amend the
time,
DAY/HOL
c) DAY/HOL to advance to the
next day.
d) To copy the previous day
press the COPY button.
4.
Press the PROG button to
return the unit to RUN mode
(time appears & colon in the
display begins to flash).
5.
Proceed to page 22.
DAY/HOL
1.
Press PROG once until SET
ON TIME appears at the top
of the display.
DAY/HOL
Use the + OR - buttons to
set the time you want your
system to first come on in the
morning (Event 1).
2.
Press NEXT ON/OFF to move
to Event 2.
DAY/HOL
Continue programming the
system ON and OFF times by
pressing:
a) NEXT ON/OFF button to
move to the next setting,
b) + or - buttons to amend the
time,
3.
4.
Press the PROG button to
return the unit to RUN mode
(time appears & colon in the
display begins to flash).
Programming heating & hot water system  24 hour mode
Programming the ON/OFF Times in 24 hour
mode
DAY/HOL
DAY/HOL
Proceed to page 22.
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RUN mode
Running your Programme
To run the programme:
press the SELECT button.
Each time you press the SELECT
button the display will change
between ON, OFF, ALLDAY and
AUTO.
ON
OFF
ALLDAY
AUTO = the system will come on and go off at the
programmed times.
ON = the system will remain on constantly.
OFF = the system will not come on.
ALLDAY = the clock will turn the system on at the first
programmed ON and will leave it on until your last
programmed OFF.
Select the option you require depending on your
circumstances, time of year, etc.
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Sometimes you may need to change the way you use your heating
temporarily, i.e. due to unusually cold weather. The TS715 Si has
two convenient overrides which can be selected without affecting
the set programme.
Override buttons
Temporary override buttons
+1HR
MAN
+1HR
MAN
+1HR = pressing this button when the unit is in AUTO or
ALLDAY mode will cause the system to remain on
for an extra hour. If it is pressed while the unit is OFF,
the system will come on immediately for 1 hour then
go off again. +1HR will be shown in the display.
MAN =
pressing this button when the unit is in AUTO or
ALLDAY mode will cause the system to go OFF until
the next programmed ON, or vice versa. MAN will be
shown in the display.
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Holiday Mode
Holiday Programme
To automatically bring the heating back on when returning
from holiday the TS715 Si has a built in holiday feature.
Follow the steps below to set the date that the heating system
needs to come back on.
1.
Press DAY/HOL
2.
Use the + or - buttons to select
the year.
3.
Press DAY/HOL, then use the
+ and - buttons to select the
month.
4.
Press DAY/HOL again, then use
the + and - buttons to select the
day in month.
5.
Press DAY/HOL to turn heating
off and enter holiday mode.
To cancel holiday mode press DAY/HOL.
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DAY/HOL
DAY/HOL
This is handled automatically. Should the installer have turned
off Automatic Time Change then follow the instructions
below.
Open the flap on the front of the unit to reveal the
programming buttons.
To change from Summer to Winter
(clocks back) press and hold - button
To change from Winter to Summer
(clocks forward) press and hold + button
Changing Clocks forward & back (Summer/Winter)
Changing clocks forward & back
NOTE: After the first time this change has been made
this feature will only allow the clock to be changed in the
opposite direction.
Take care when making this change for
the first time. If it is made in the wrong
direction the unit will have to be reset and
any user-settings re-entered
(see pages 14-15 on how to Reset the unit
and how to set the Time and Day).
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Service Interval Timer
Service Interval Timer
If the property is owned by a landlord he may, for gas safety
reasons, have instructed the installer to set the service
interval timer.
If set, 28 days prior to the boiler
service due date, a momentary
visual and audible warning will
remind you to have the boiler
serviced in the next 28 days.
This will be repeated each day at
noon.
If the boiler is not serviced within 28 days the daily audible
warning will sound for 1 minute at the beginning of each
hour and must be cancelled each day by pressing any
button on the unit.
In addition, all overrides and programming buttons will be
disabled and the heating and hot water will operate for a
set portion of each programmed hour.
The installer will cancel or reset the service interval timer as
part of the boiler service.
This is a gas safety feature that can only be accessed by an
installer.
When the service interval timer is set the service due date
can be viewed in RUN mode by pressing and holding the
COPY button.
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If it is necessary to fully reset the unit, including the date and
time, follow the instructions below.
1.
RESET
Making a Full Reset
Press and hold the +1HR and MAN buttons on the left
hand side of the product.
+1HR
MAN
+1HR
MAN
2.
Press the RESET button and hold for 3 seconds.
3.
Release the RESET button. The display will change to show
the current time.
Example
4.
Finally, release both the +1HR and MAN buttons.
The unit is now fully reset and must be re-programmed, see
pages 17-21.
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Troubleshooting
Fault Check List
No Hot Water
! " #$% ! & #$%
&
& ! & ' & ( & ) & ! &
' & ( * & & + & ! ' & ,$ " - .
/ 0 & 1 2 No Heating
! ! 3$%
&
& ! & )
4 & ( & ) & ! &
4 & ( + & ! 4 & ,$ * & & " - .
/ & 1 2 28
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Still having problems?
Call your local heating engineer:
Name:
Tel:
For problems relating to your heating controls ...
Visit our website:
www.danfoss-randall.co.uk
Email our technical department:
drl_technical@danfoss.com
Call our technical department
0845 121 7505
(8.45-5.15 Mon-Thurs, 8.45-4.45 Fri)
For a large print version of these instructions
please contact the Marketing Services
Department on 0845 121 7400.
Danfoss Randall Ltd
Ampthill Road
Bedford
MK42 9ER
Tel: 01234 364621
Fax: 01234 219705
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