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JohnH
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My E10 meters stay on GMT as well but hot water and storage heaters are separately connected so no problem (the are controlled from the meter contactor) My dishwasher and clothes-washer are plugged into timers and I occasionally check them against the meter clocks to make sure they stay in synch. I can easily tell if the low-rate is active (i.e. on cheap rate) as my hot water system has a neon indicator to show when it’s powered.