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Timer for economy 7 Water heater

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Tmb77, 11 Jun 2017.

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    Hello, I have a problem with an E7 water heater which means there is no longer the option to have both peak and off peak feeds connected to the element - the tank was replaced with one with only one element but the previous one had two.

    So at the moment, I have chosen to connect the peak feed cable to heat water in the day for washing up or a bath (manual switch with a cable to the tank element) but would like the option to heat the water as well on the off peak over night. All the timers I have found have only one inlet point and two outlets to the assumed peak and off peak elements. But I need two inlet points and one outlet to a single element. The timer would then need to choose which inlet source to access depending on the time set e.g. timer set for 5-6am would draw power from the off peak inlet.

    Do such timers exist? Thanks in advance for advice.
     
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    Thank you flameport, will look in to this unit, much appreciated
     
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