What Dave said. Take the heater back, and ask for a guide, or an exchange
for one with a guide, or your money back.
Push the safety aspect, ie if you were to wire it up wrongly you could
electrocute the mother-in-law, and that would never do, would it?
I think I should have pointed out that it was being sold for half its
original price, due to the fact that it did not have a hand book.
I thought I would be able to go on the web and search for the
manufacturers. However it would seem they are made for B&Q only.
On Sun, 29 Jan 2006 14:24:37 +0000 (UTC), Cyberdog
You asked the store. Now ask their Head Office pronto.
Whether u bought it shop-soiled "as is" - reduced in a store sale, or new
still in a sealed box at full price, I hold u -are entitled- to the manual
/guide for legal and for health & safety reasons.
If they do not get u one (or a good copy), they have to refund the goods.
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