The Ariston Euro gas boiler provides both hot water and heat to your home. This wall hung unit offers more setting conveniences than a conventional water heater and heating unit. The control panel on the boiler allows you to change the temperature of your hot water at the push of a button, switch between summer and winter operation, and lets you set the time you want the heat to operate during the winter. Set the timer to operate the boiler once a day or several times during the day, depending on your family’s needs.
Look on the face of the Euro boiler’s time clock for the circular dial listing the numbers from one to 24. The dial also includes four lines between each number to represent the quarter hours.
Rotate this dial clockwise until the current time lines up with the arrow located above the switch labeled as “I.” This arrow is located at the two o’clock position on the time clock. For example, if it is currently 2:15 p.m., you would rotate the dial so the first quarter-hour line past the 14 lines up with the arrow on the face of the clock.
Verify all the trip switches are pushed to the inside of the dial. There are 96 switches representing each hour and quarter-hour. These switches have two positions, pushed in toward the center of the time clock face to turn them on, or pulled out toward the outside edge of the clock to turn them off.
Push the trip switches to the outside of the dial to correspond with the times you want the boiler to operate. For example, if you want the boiler on from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m., then again from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., push in all the switches from the six to the 8 on the dial, and all the switches from the 18 to 21.
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