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    • maxmycardagain
    • By maxmycardagain 2nd Dec 17, 11:53 AM
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    New tenant and NSR's
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    • 2nd Dec 17, 11:53 AM
    New tenant and NSR's 2nd Dec 17 at 11:53 AM
    Son has just moved into a property with NSR (or NSH if you like), and has a "key" to put credit on the meter (a 2 rate day/night meter) which while "Economy 7" ready has discovered the previous tenant had all her leccy on 1 standard rate...meaning the night storage was using 13p/unit leccy after 10pm (approx) not the 6p/unit of Economy 7 (or its equivalent)

    He has slimline wall heaters with timers which ive never seen as NSH before and can his key meter be kept for a monthly tariff?
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    • matelodave
    • By matelodave 2nd Dec 17, 12:10 PM
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    Are you sure that they are night storage heaters - check the make and model numbers on each of them to find out.
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    • maxmycardagain
    • By maxmycardagain 2nd Dec 17, 12:17 PM
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    Are you sure that they are night storage heaters - check the make and model numbers on each of them to find out.
    Originally posted by matelodave
    I know a couple of the others are as we had identical items before and they have the 2 input/output dials/knobs but the smaller ones i need to investigate
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    • maxmycardagain
    • By maxmycardagain 2nd Dec 17, 12:27 PM
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    big 2 are deffo Creda NSH

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    • By maxmycardagain 2nd Dec 17, 12:28 PM
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    smaller ones ......... ive never seen NSH with own timer though it has timer/no timer option

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    • matelodave
    • By matelodave 2nd Dec 17, 1:20 PM
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    • 2nd Dec 17, 1:20 PM
    the ones with timers are probably jus tpanel heaters. do they get warm within a fwe minutes of turning them on. NSH take long while to heat up
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    • By footyguy 4th Dec 17, 1:19 PM
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    • 4th Dec 17, 1:19 PM
    Son has just moved into a property with NSR (or NSH if you like), and has a "key" to put credit on the meter (a 2 rate day/night meter) which while "Economy 7" ready has discovered the previous tenant had all her leccy on 1 standard rate...meaning the night storage was using 13p/unit leccy after 10pm (approx) not the 6p/unit of Economy 7 (or its equivalent)

    He has slimline wall heaters with timers which ive never seen as NSH before and can his key meter be kept for a monthly tariff?
    Originally posted by maxmycardagain
    Your son needs to register with the existing electricity supplier, will probably be provided with a new key of his own, and will then get the E7 tariff (unless he requests something dofferent, and the supplier agrees)

    Until then, he will be crediting the ex-tenant's account, and I don't think he want's to be doing that.

    Once that is done, probably worth him consulting a comparison site and finding the best deal for him (although there's not much in it nowadays since price caps are in force for PPM customers)
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