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TRAC T 45 boiler timer

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Bernardo Bezerra, 6 Feb 2018.

  1. Bernardo Bezerra

    Bernardo Bezerra

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    Hi,

    I just moved in to a flat that has a TRAC T 45 installed that controls the boiler. I already looked online on how to configure it, but couldn't find anything.

    Can anyone here help me? I am attaching some pictures that I took from it.

    IMG_7301.JPG IMG_7302.JPG IMG_7299.JPG

    Many thanks in advance.
     
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    I haven't seen one of those for some time. I think you seem to be missing the operating pins. They clip onto the serrated outer rim to select the on / off times for each day and as they pass under the black wheel, there is a cog that they catch on and click it between '0' and '1' to switch the heating on and off. Is the little triangle bottom left a storage compartment for them.
     
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    Bernardo Bezerra

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    Hi stem, thanks for your reply.

    Yeah, I thought about that little triangle being something of interest, but it is just a plastic piece that covers more plastic:

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    I also tried to move the outer ring with a Philips screwdriver, but to no avail.
     
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    OK, sorry I thought you might strike lucky.

    The outer ring is fixed, probably moulded as a single part with the casing. The pegs fit over it and are held in place by the slots.......or they would be if you had them.

    A new timer will probably be in order. You don't say if you have bought the property or are renting it. If the latter, then it will be a job for the landlord.
     
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