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Hi, I have just got a Webasto heater. Struggling a bit with setting the timer. I can set it to come on. But how do you set it so it comes on every day at the same set time?

Thanks, Matt 

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To setup the heating ON / OFF periods proceed
as follows:
1 The panel should be switched ON if not
already on.
2 Press the button once breifly and the
word ‘MON’ will flash, (Monday).
3 Select the day you wish to setup by
pressing the buttons and scrolling
through until the day you want to program
is highlighted.
4 Press the ‘A’ button to accept that day.
5 The time will then flash with the words
‘TIMER ON’ below. This is the start time for
heating.
6 Enter the start time using the buttons
and pressing the ‘H’ button to accept.
7 The time will flash again with the words
‘TIMER OFF’ below. This is the OFF time
for the heating.
8 Enter the OFF time using the buttons
and pressing the ‘H’ button to accept.
9 Repeat the process in steps 6– 8 for the
other three ON / OFF times for that day.
10 When the other three ON / OFF times have
been set the screen will then display the
next day.
11 Continue setting the ON / OFF times for the
remaining days and when complete press
the ‘A’ button Twice to confirm and accept
the changes.

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There’s a couple of different timers. The one we have just sets the on time. 
 

This thread might be useful 

 

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10 hours ago, Porcupine said:

Hi, I have just got a Webasto heater. Struggling a bit with setting the timer. I can set it to come on. But how do you set it so it comes on every day at the same set time?

Thanks, Matt 

If you have a 7 day timer (it will say MTWTFSS at the top of the display, then you have to set each day individually,(your weekend might not need an early blast for example)and can set 3 ON times each day.

If you have a simple timer, it will only allow you to set 3 ON times, and it will do this ad infinitum.

If you have a Heatmiser,  undo it, stick it in the bin and get a Webasto 7 day timer.😀

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11 hours ago, matty40s said:

If you have a 7 day timer (it will say MTWTFSS at the top of the display, then you have to set each day individually,(your weekend might not need an early blast for example)and can set 3 ON times each day.

If you have a simple timer, it will only allow you to set 3 ON times, and it will do this ad infinitum.

If you have a Heatmiser,  undo it, stick it in the bin and get a Webasto 7 day timer.😀

 

And get a magnifying glass to help you read the display! 😁🤣😂

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