RT510 - Turning your Heating On

RT510 - Turning your Heating On

RT510 Series Thermostat - Turning your heating on (3.1.1)

How do I turn my heating on, and get the boiler to fire up ? 

  1. To turn your heating on, you will need to raise the set point temperature above the current room temperature using the Up Arrow  

  1. A flame symbol will be displayed showing the thermostat is now calling for heat and your boiler will run until the room reaches the new set point.

  1. The desired setpoint temperature will now be maintained and the boiler will only run when the room temperature drops below your selected temperature to bring it back up to the setpoint.

  1. If you want to reduce your set point temperature, use the Down Arrow button  to change the setpoint to below your current room temperature. 

The flame symbol will disappear to show the thermostat is no longer calling for heat, and your boiler will stop.



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