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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    Those switches you've circled look very old. I'd be a bit surprised if they were it. What are those 2 orange switches above that are turned off? I can't make out the writing.

    Could you send a pic to landlord and get them to circle the switch they mean?

    Ps a booster will take a while to heat the water - probably an hour or so. It's not instant unfortunately.
    Can't remember what the ones you are talking about are but definitely not related to hot water.

    Edit- they are labelled "top flat power N10"

    I just noticed on the very bottom row the red label has H/W 5 and H/W10
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    Got some reason the quality is rubbish when uploading to bh IMG_20181211_120050.jpg

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    These ones seem to be for stove lights and power switches from what I can make out

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    The mystery deepens.... Dh pointed out that we had hot water before we even had the power connected. Maybe there isn't anything we need to do with the switch at all, maybe we just used all the hot water and it just takes a long time to reheat

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    That’s weird. Come winter that’ll be fun. Even though you don’t get what we get south you still get colder nights

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    That’s weird. Come winter that’ll be fun. Even though you don’t get what we get south you still get colder nights
    I know. Plus I pretty much live in the bath/shower later in pregnancy.


 

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