1. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Take the radiator out of its packing box and remove any polystyrene pieces or any other
packaging material that might be lodged inside it.
Make sure that the radiator has not been damaged during transit and that the mains cable is in
2. MODELS WITH “EASY WHEEL”SYSTEM
Turn the radiator upside-down on a rug or a soft surface in order to prevent damaging the
paint finish. Fully unfold the castors by turning them outwards (Fig. 1).
Turn the radiator back to its upright position.
3. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
- Before using the appliance check that your supply voltage is the same of that shown on the
rating label of the unit and that the power socket and power supply line correspond to the
- Check also that the current capacity of your fuses. CONNECT YOUR HEATER TO EARTH
PROVIDED SOCKET ONLY.
- This appliance complies with EEC Directive 89/336, relating to electro-magnetic compatibi-
OPERATION AND USE
Insert the plug into an electrical outlet, rotate the thermostat knob (if provided) to maximum and
turn the unit on as follows using the power selector:
• Turn the power selector to position 1 to select minimum output (yellow light on the left will
• Turn the power selector to position 2 to select medium output (yellow light on the right will
• Turn the power selector to position 3 to select maximum output (both yellow lights will come on.
Adjusting the thermostat
When the room has reached the desired temperature, turn the thermostat knob slowly in an
clockwise direction until you get to the setting – and not beyond it. The thermostat will then
adjust the set temperature automatically and keep it constant.
If your unit is a three-output version, in intermediate seasons or on days when temperatures are
not particularly cold, select minimum output to optimise savings and consumption.
Anti-freeze function (only for models with thermostat)
With the thermostat in the position and a power selected, the unit maintains the room at a
temperature of about 5˚C, preventing freezing with minimum energy outlay.
c) Models with a 24 hour time-clock (fig. 3)
To set the heating periods proceed in the following manner:
- Check the time by your watch. Supposing it is 10.00 a.m. turn the numbered dial of the
time-clock in a clockwise direction until the number 10 coincides with the reference mark s
on the time-clock. Set the time period during which you wish the appliance to work by
pushing the notches towards the centre. Each notch corresponds to a period of 15 minutes.
At this point sections will be visible corresponding to the working periods.