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Replacing timer/prog control

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by PrenticeBoyofDerry, 12 Oct 2011.

  1. PrenticeBoyofDerry

    PrenticeBoyofDerry

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    Have faulty control "Lifestlye LP111" timer works but select and advance does not. It is 10 years old. If I remember right it was an ACL model.
    So looking for any easy replace, seen Lifestyle LP111 listed but not quite the same unit.
    On select function the existing has:
    on, off, timed
    Two versions of listed show either:
    on, off, twice, once
    or
    on, off, timed, once
    both Lifestyle LP111, what are the differences?
     
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    The difference between 'timed' and 'twice' is number of times the programmer will come on/off

    Twice = Twice a day

    Timed = More than twice a day often 3 but sometimes more.

    Should be 'Thrice'
     
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    So timed is better than twice?
     
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    Now there's a thought........ what is 'better'
     
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    Me personally on a 24hr program twice would be nice!
     
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