Gas boiler service

Gas boiler service

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Hello, I'm Anna from the Centre for Sustainable Energy and I'm going to show you how to set a mechanical central heating timer. So most boilers would have a central heating timer either mounted somewhere on the wall, a bit like this one, or some boilers actually have them on the front of the boiler itself. This one has the equivalent of a clock going around it

with the times. This one is a 24 hour one. The first thing to make sure you need to do is to set the time according to the correct time of day. So this spins round, and we can make sure that the current time is next to that line. The next thing you can do is set what times you want the heating to come on and off. We’ve got

some tappets, the red and blue tappets. Each red one means that the heating will be coming on and warming up, and each blue one means the heating will be cooling down, the boiler will be going off. You can move the tappets by pressing them down and then sliding them backwards and forwards to get the right time. So most homes take roughly about half an hour to warm

up, maybe a bit longer if your home is particularly cold and draughty. Let’s say we get up at seven in the morning. We want the heating to come on at about half six. So we’ll press that down and get it to half past six. If we leave the house at nine o’clock, we can have the heating coming off at eight thirty. So then, setting the times for the evening.

If we get home at five o’clock we could have the heating coming on at half past four, so that it’s nice and warm for when get home. And if we go to bed at about eleven at night, we can have the heating coming off at ten thirty. We need to make sure that we have the correct settings on this side of the programmer. So we’ve got two

sliders here, ‘HW’ stands for hot water, and ‘CH’, central heating. If you’ve got a combi boiler that does hot water on demand, you won’t have any settings for hot water because you’ll always get hot water instantaneously as soon as you turn a tap on. At the moment this is set to ‘off’, we won’t be getting any heat at any time. If we set it to ‘twice’, we will

get the heating coming on and off according to these times that we’ve set . If we set it to ‘all day’, what we’ll do is having the heating coming on at seven in the morning, staying on all day and only going off ten o’clock at night. On some programmers, instead of being called ‘all day’, this is called ‘once’. The final setting we’ve got is ‘24 hours’. On some

programmers that’s called ‘continuous’ or ‘constant’ or ‘on’, and that’s literally that the heating is on all the time 24 hours a day, continuously. Just to show you something else on this programmer, we’ve got this facility here to ‘advance’. ‘Advance’ is a really useful function. It advances the heating to the next setting. So at the moment the heating is set to be ‘off’, if we’ve got it on twice.

Say we came home early, perhaps didn’t feel well and we wanted the heating to come on straight away, what we can do is press the ‘advance’ button. That then brings the heating on immediately. The heating stays on, but then still turns off at the last setting at night. So that’s really useful, you have instant heat, but it doesn’t interrupt your programmes that you’ve set. You can also use

that a different way. Let’s just say the time’s the middle of the evening, the heating’s on, but we’ve decided actually it’s quite warm, let’s turn it off. We can press the ‘advance’ button. The heating turns off straight away and stays off during the rest of the night, but it still comes on in the morning when we wake up. So on this one it’s called advanced, on some

other programmers it’s also known as ‘override’. On some programmers like this, there’s also another button marked ‘boost’, and that can be for both the hot water and the central heating. What ‘boost’ does is normally give you one hour’s extra hot water or central heating depending on which button you press that for. So that’s how to set your central heating timer. To adjust the temperature of your central heating,

you might have a room thermostat. And to adjust the temperature in individual rooms, thermostatic radiator valves can be turned up or down to get the temperature just right in that room. So I hope that helps. Thanks for watching.

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