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    sadpootle
    Really ancient Creda heater.......
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    • 11th Nov 09, 8:11 PM
    Really ancient Creda heater....... 11th Nov 09 at 8:11 PM
    Hi

    We have 2 really old Creda storage heaters but have been given different advice on how to use them economically.

    One is a 79045B and one is a 79065B. They are both the same really, just different sizes.
    They have two dials; a Room Temperature dial which goes up to 6 and a Auto Set Control dial which also goes up to 6.

    We don't want any heating overnight (snug in bed!) but want a bit of heat in the early morning when we get up, and then we want to come home after work to a reasonably warm house too!

    What is the best way to operate these storage heaters? I've been told to keep the Room Temp one down and the Auto Set one up at night but I've also been told the complete opposite! Obviously we don't want to be wasting heat and spending a fortune of electricity either. Any help would be most appreciated. It's getting so cold here even the spiders are leaving :-(
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