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Posted by Craig on October 12, 2009 at 19:13:21:
In Reply to: Re: Did I fix or damage my raditors? posted by HeatPro on October 12, 2009 at 16:45:44:
Hey, thanks again! Appreciate the fast responses!!
So just to be sure I understand, if I move the lever down to the smaller numbers, the radiators will kick on and off faster, and will come on quicker when the room temp drops?
Moving the lever up toward the longer, would make the heat stay on longer, in turn I am warmed longer, however, once the room temp hits what it's supposed to and cuts off, it will be longer periods in between it cutting back on?
the lower gauge would say it's 78 degrees in the room, but it certainly doesn't feel like it and if it is 78 degrees, it's only for 5 minutes, lol.
So would you think with my problem it's better to keep it toward the smaller number or longer?
: As it is cycling too fast, put it back to the middle and observe what happens. If it is better, you can try moving it just a bit in that direction again until the change is what you want. The smaller numbers on that dial means the unit will shut down faster and the larger numbers mean it will take longer and the temperature in the room swing wider, so it gets cold at times.
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