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What temperature should a cylinder thermostat be set at?

Between one quarter and one third of the way up the cylinder is where the cylinder thermostats are usually fitted. You should set the temperature scales to between 60 and 65 degrees. It's hot enough to kill harmfulbacteria in the water, but also hot enough to cause burns.

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