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At the side of some threads, there is a red & blue arrow obviously red is for hot and blue is for cold, you just press which you want to
Edited by: "missgem" 8th Mar 2011

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[quote=missgem]At the side of some threads, there is a red & blue arrow obviously red is for hot and blue is for cold, you just press which you want to [/quot

Thanks for that missgem i've never noticed the arrows before:)

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cath1510

[quote=missgem]At the side of some threads, there is a red & blue arrow … [quote=missgem]At the side of some threads, there is a red & blue arrow obviously red is for hot and blue is for cold, you just press which you want to [/quotThanks for that missgem i've never noticed the arrows before:)



I take that back i have noticed them! all the time, just never knew you could use them! God!oO

cath1510, you are on a learning curve today!!

There is also a help section, which is on the right hand side of a main page
click this for a link to it

There's also a 'Luke Warm' button between the two!:)

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and this does what?

I'm not exactly sure! I think it just adds less heat than if you clicked hot, so it's a good deal, but not an excellent one, I guess...:)
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