Economy shower timer issue (off peak electricity timers)

So that big clock in the cupboard.. I need to set to the same time as the shower clock?
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You can adjust the Horstmann, you can't adjust the meter clock.

It will probably have a 7-hour cheap period.

The cylinder will probably not take that long to heat, when it is up to temperature, the thermostat will turn it off.

If it is working correctly you will have a full cylinder of hot water in the morning.
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Stupid question again. Whats this one readin so I can go set the other one to same thing??
Again presumin this was the one I needed to go by?
It looks like 12.30 to 9.30 overnight. If you sit by it you may hear it click.
Oh, that's a 6, not a 9.

About 8am perhaps. Maybe 7.30. The pic is unclear.
I orignally got told the big clock came on at 12 and off at 7... if this helps
could be

they are deliberately arranged slightly randomly so there is not a giant power surge from 20 million switching at the same moment.

You will probably hear it click if you are close by at the right time.
Is the meter clock on the present time, if the present time is wrong then the on and off times will be out, it is not something you can alter.
If that pic was at 10pm then the clocks 1 hr out and the thing should come on about now

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