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Introduzione

This guide will show you how to program the RXPW4 controller.

  1. Here you can see the dimplex controller. It has a number of buttons. This guide will teach you how to program it.
    • Here you can see the dimplex controller. It has a number of buttons. This guide will teach you how to program it.

  2. Turn the dial from auto to prog,
    • Turn the dial from auto to prog,

    • Stop at the dot shown by the red arrow.

  3. Select the zone by pressing the plus or minus arrow
    • Select the zone by pressing the plus or minus arrow

    • Then press ok. In this example we will do zone 1.

    • This will only work if the time is correctly set

  4. The screen will change to the picture
    • The screen will change to the picture

    • The day will show as the yellow arrow shows. Dimplex set Sunday is 1 and Saturday is 7.

    • The bottom part of the screens shows a square - one hour is one square and runs from 00 - 23.

    • Press the plus and minus buttons depending if your want the heating / tank on or off. For example if you wanted it off you would press the minus button. If you got to a time you wanted it on you would press the up arrow. In the picture you will see squares above, this means the heat / tank will come on that time.

    • Press ok when you are happy and repeat for each day. When you have finished you will be back to the zone selection screen.

  5. Turn the dial back to auto. The program will run.
    • Turn the dial back to auto. The program will run.

    • This video shows you how to override a zone. Some properties don't make use of all the zones. Certainly ones that were built earlier. It is possible to change it however beyond the scope of this guide.

    • To work out which zones are which simply override a zone and go and see if the radiator or tank is on. You will hear the tank click when it comes on. You may need a friend to help with that bit.

    • If you find you can't get one of your heaters to control it could be because the switch is off. By each heater you will find a wall switch. One shuts the heater off completely and one allows it to be controlled by the controller. If this still does not work its likely the zone is not used.

Conclusione

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Everything's set up according to the awesome instructions and yet when the time comes and the heaters should be working...nothing happens. However, they turn themselves on at a different time than specified. I don't know where I went wrong. Any suggestions?

Tenebre Lidedo - Replica

Hi, In that case I suspect the time is wrong. If you turn the dial to the symbol that looks like a clock it will let you set the time. From there it should work. I will try add this to the instructions too soon.

Tom - Replica

Hi Tom, thank you so much for replying! That's not it - the time seems to be set correctly - the radiators should turn themselves on at 8pm and be on till 6am. While they sometimes do start getting warm at 8pm, they don't seem to be working at 5am. I honestly don't know what the issue is.

Tenebre Lidedo - Replica

Hi, No problem. In that case it could be the temperature. If you look on the heater it has a slider bar. If you put it further up the bar you may find it stays on longer. If that is the case the heaters think it's warm enough not to come on. If that's not it either could you reply with a link to a photo of a example timing?

Tom -

Hello, I am also having problems...I have two switches on the wall next to each heater. One with the cable running in to each heater and the other one is just a fused switch. Should both be switched on if using the wall timer or only one of them? If so, which one please?

Gemma - Replica

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